What is Adams Plus Pyrethrin Dip?
- Adams Plus Pyrethrin Dip is a topical insecticide for dogs and cats.
- It is designed to kill and repel fleas, ticks, lice, gnats, mosquitoes, and flies.
Why do cats and dogs use Adams Plus Pyrethrin Dip?
- This product is used as a topical insecticide for dogs and cats.
What else should I know about Adams Plus Pyrethrin Dip?
- The Adams Plus Dip contains topical insecticides and insect growth regulators.
- The Dip has a water based formula with a pleasant smell.
What problems could my dog or cat have with Adams Plus Pyrethrin Dip?
- Do not use on puppies or kittens less than 12 weeks of age.
- Consult with your veterinarian before using this product and follow their recommendations.
How do you use Adams Plus Pyrethrin Dip?
- You can apply it by spraying, sponging, or dipping the animal into the solution.
- Dilution of this product is required prior to use.
- Read the entire label before each use.
- Shake well before each use.
- Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water after handling.
- Store in a cool, dry area away from heat and open flame.
- How to prepare and apply the dip: To kill fleas, ticks, and lice, thoroughly mix a half-ounce (1 tablespoon) of this product with 1 gallon of warm water. For outdoor animals in areas of severe infestations, 2 oz (4 tablespoons) per gallon may be used. Make fresh solution daily. If animal’s coat is very dirty, bathe first with an Adams shampoo. Dip should be applied to dry or damp (not wet) coat. When diluted 2 oz per gallon, do not apply more than 1/2 gallon per animal. When diluted 0.5 oz per gallon, do not apply more than 2 gallons per animal. Sponge or dip animal with diluted product making sure all areas are soaked to the skin. Let dip dry on animal. Do not rinse off! Repeat treatment every 7 days if necessary.
What is in Adams Plus Pyrethrin Dip?
- Active ingredients: Pyrethrins - 0.97%, Piperonyl Butoxide - 3.74%, N-Octyl Bicycloheptene Dicarboximide - 5.70%, Di-N-Propyl isocinchomeronate - 1.94%.
Will I get what I see in the picture?
- Adams Plus Pyrethrin Dip is a brand name product. You will receive the exact brand that you request.
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Q & A
Can you use the dip (already diluted) in a spray bottle to use in your home??
According to the manufacturer, this product is labeled only for use as a topical insecticide treatment for dogs and cats.Verified Answer
I do not see an ingredient label. What is in this dip besides Pyrethrin and what is Pyrethrin? Thanks?
We offer Pyrethrin Dip as manufactured by Virbac. There are both active and inactive ingredients in this product. Pyrethrins (active ingredient) are natural insecticide compounds derived from Chrysanthemums that have repellent and killing activity against adult fleas, lice, gnats, ticks, mosquitoes, and flies. At higher concentrations pyrethrins act by paralyzing these insects resulting in their eradication. At lower concentrations they can still act as a repellent. Pyrethrins are generally well tolerated, but pet’s may be allergic (especially if allergic to species of Chrysanthemum). Other uncommon side-effects include irritation, itching, or dryness at the application site. Any allergic reaction or side-effects should be reported to your pet’s veterinarian. Owners should also plan to wear gloves during application to avoid irritation of their own skin. Other active ingredients in the product include Piperonyl Butoxide Technical, N-Octyl Bicycloheptene Dicarboximide, and Di-n-Propyl Isocinchomeronate. Before using this product, we recommend you consult with your pet’s veterinarian. The veterinarian will be able to determine if this product is the best treatment option for your pet. Thank you, VetRxDirectCommunity Answer
took my dogs to Florida for a month, brought back nuclear proof fleas! I have given them multiple flea baths, frontline, advanticks, ect... Will this product work on Florida fleas??
Mike, Pyrethrin Dip will kill adult fleas on your dogs, but it will not have any effect on fleas in the environment. Any flea treatment may appear that it is not working if fleas are reproducing rapidly in the environment. You probably need to treat your house and any other areas your pet's visit. Consult your veterinarian for advice and it may be best to call a trusted exterminator. Good luck and thank you, VetRxDirectCommunity Answer