Happy Jack Kennel Dip

  • Happy Jacks - Kennel Dip II - 8 Ounces


    Kennel Dip II is a water-based, environmentally friendly concentrate that provides 30-day residual control of fleas, ticks (including deer ticks), lice, mange mites and stable flies. Effective and economical, it can be used as a dip, a sponge on or a premise spray. Compare Kennel Dip II to other formulas and spot-ons. Mix 1/2 oz. per gallon of water as a dip or sponge on or 4 oz. per gallon of water as a premise spray.


    Active Ingredients:

    • Permethrin* 17.00%
    • Piperonyl Butoxide Technical 4.25%
    • Other Inerts: 78.75%

    Directions for use:

    Shake well before use. Protect from freezing. Add the required amount of concentrate to water and blend thoroughly. Do not hold dilutions for more than 24 hours. Use only on dogs. Do not use on cats. Do not treat puppies under 12 weeks of age. Do not get this product in your dog’s eyes or mouth. Retreat dogs as needed but not more often than once every fourteen days. Mix the product and apply the use-diluted material to dogs and/or their premises at the rates shown. These dilutions and rates will provide the most efficient pest control under conditions of heavy pressure (infestation) when good contact is achieved.


    For use on Dogs to control Fleas, Ticks (including Deer Ticks, carrier of Lyme Disease), Mange Mites, Lice and Stable Flies:

    Spray, Dip or Sponge On: Mix 1 part concentrate in 256 parts water (1 fluid oz in 2 gal or 30 mL in 2 gal or 8 fluid oz in 16 gal). Spray, dip or pour diluted product on the dog until the dog’s hair and skin are thoroughly wet (saturated), making sure the dog’s entire body is treated. Do not treat dog’s face. Let drip dry on dog and do not rinse off.


    Low Volume Spray: Mix 1 part concentrate in 32 parts water (1 fluid oz or 30 mL in 1 quart). Spray 1-2 fluid oz per dog. Starting at the tail, stroke against lay of the hair, spraying the parted hair with a fine mist directly behind the hand to insure penetrating the hair coat. Spray entire dog until the hair coat is damp.



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