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Zoetis (Pfizer) Spot On Insecticide

  • 2 x 2.5 litre Bottles £1,010.80
  • 250ml Bottle £69.23
  • 500ml Bottle £119.12
  • 1 litre Bottle £207.10

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Description

Zoetis (formerly Pfizer) Spot On Insecticide is a topical application for the control of lice and flies on cattle, ticks, lice, keds and established blowfly strike on sheep and ticks and lice on lambs. POM-VPS.

Presentation

A clear, pale gold, oil-based, ready-to-use topical ectoparasiticide containing deltamethrin 1% w/v.

Uses

A topical application for the control of lice and flies on cattle; ticks, lice, keds and established blowfly strike on sheep; ticks and lice on lambs.

On cattle

For the control of both sucking and biting lice, including Damalinia bovis, Solenopotes capillatus, Linognathus vituli, and Haematopinus eurysternus on all ages of cattle including dairy cattle producing milk for human consumption. Also as an aid in the control of both biting and nuisance flies including Haematobia irritans, Stomoxys calcitrans, Musca species and Hydrotaea irritans.

On sheep

For the control of ticks (Ixodes ricinus), lice, keds and established blowfly strike.

On lambs

For the control of ticks (Ixodes ricinus) and lice (Bovicola ovis).

Dosage and administration

Dose

Cattle: 10 ml.

Sheep: 5 ml.

Lambs (under 10 kg bodyweight or 1 month of age): 2.5 ml.

Administration

Apply a single dose with the special "Squeeze 'n' Pour" dispenser pack or the Zoetis Spot On Applicator on one spot on the mid-line of the back at the shoulders as directed on dispenser or applicator gun pack. For blowfly strike on sheep see following specific indication directions.

Lice on cattle

One application will generally eradicate all lice. Complete clearance of all lice may take 4–5 weeks during which time lice hatch from the eggs and are killed. A very few lice may survive on a small minority of animals. Therefore, it may be necessary on rare occasions to re-treat an animal 6 to 8 weeks later.

Flies on cattle

To control biting and non-biting flies, frequency of treatment will depend on numbers and species of flies present. Where horn flies predominate, good control can be expected for 4–8 weeks. Treatment for fly control should not be repeated within four weeks.

Ticks on sheep

Application to the mid-point of the shoulders will provide useful control of ticks attaching to animals of all ages, for up to six weeks after treatment.

Keds and lice on sheep

Application to the mid-point of the shoulders of sheep in short or long fleece will reduce the incidence of a biting lice or ked infestation over a 4–6 week period after treatment.

N.B. For control of ticks, keds and lice on sheep the fleece should be parted and Spot On applied to the skin of the animal.

Established blowfly strike on sheep

Apply directly to the maggot infested area as soon as fly strike is seen. One application will ensure blowfly larvae are killed in a short time. In the case of more advanced strike lesions, clipping out of stained wool before treatment is advisable.

Lice and ticks on lambs

Application to the midpoint of the shoulders will provide useful control of ticks for up to 6 weeks after treatment and will reduce the incidence of biting lice over a 4-6 week period after treatment.

Contra-indications, warnings, etc

For external use only.

Minor signs of discomfort have been seen in some cattle during the 48 hours after treatment. This is of no long term detriment to the animal.

Operator warnings

Wear protective clothing including waterproof apron and boots and impervious gloves when either applying the product or handling recently treated animals.

Remove heavily contaminated clothing immediately and wash before re-use.

Wash splashes from skin immediately with soap and plenty of water.

Wash hands and exposed skin after handling the product and before meals.

In case of contact with the eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of clean, running water and seek medical advice.

In case of accidental ingestion, wash out mouth immediately with plenty of water and seek medical advice.

Do not smoke, drink or eat while handling the product.

Zoetis Spot On contains deltamethrin which may produce tingling, itchiness and blotchy redness on exposed skin. If you feel unwell after working with this product, consult your doctor and show the label or data sheet.

Advice to medical practitioners: Advice on clinical management is available from the National Poisons Information Service.

Withdrawal periods

Cattle (meat): 17 days.

Cattle (milk): zero hours.

Sheep (meat): 35 days.

Not for use in sheep producing milk for human consumption.

Pharmaceutical precautions

Do not store above 25°C. Do not freeze.

Store in tightly closed original container away from food, drink and animal feeding stuffs.

Do not mix with any other insecticide or acaricide.

Dangerous to fish and other aquatic life. Do not contaminate ponds, waterways or ditches with the product or used container.

Any unused veterinary medicinal product or waste materials derived from such veterinary medicinal products should be disposed of in accordance with local requirements.

For animal treatment only.

Keep out of the sight and reach of children.

Legal category

POM-VPS

Packaging Quantities

1 litre and 2.5 litre plastic flexipack for use with Zoetis Spot On Applicator; 250 ml and 500 ml Squeeze 'n' Pour dispenser. Not all pack sizes may be marketed.

Marketing authorisation number

Vm 42058/4096.

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Can the cattle /sheep spot on be used on sheepdog?

7th Feb 2014
BAinne

Can the cattle /sheep spot on be used on sheepdog?

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

We cannot recommend this product is used on dogs. The active ingredient is sometimes used in other products for dogs, but the dose has to be accurately matched to the weight of the dog. Overdosing can cause toxicity. We would recommend the product Advantix as the nearest equivalent product for dogs. This is safe to use and is particularly good at treating all surface-living parasites on dogs.