Brand Name: Amitick Solution
Manufactured by: Corise Canine Care / Corise Healthcare Pvt. Ltd.
Dosages form: Liquid / External application
Presentation: 15 ml & 50 ml Spray Bottle Pack
Ingredients & Composition:
Each 100 ml of Amitick solution contains:
Amitraz 12.5% w/v
Solvent and Emulsifiers q.s.
Description / Action:
Amitick solution contains amitraz which is used as a dip to treat generalized mite infestations which are canine demodicosis, sarcoptic acariasis and cheyletiellosis. It effectively kills ticks fleas and lice. The biological activity of this acaricide is defined by its effectiveness.
Class: Ecto – Parasitcidal
Indication / Uses:
Amitick solution is indicated / Recommended for control of both
- Sarcoptic & Demodectic
- Low incidences of tick-borne diseases
- Effectively controls ticks, fleas and lice infestation
Ticks & Fleas: 2 ml in one liter of water
Mange: 3 – 4 ml in one liter of water.
Repeat the treatment in intervals of 5 – 7 days i.e. 3 – 4 treatments till the overt clinical symptoms have subsided.
Directions for use:
Clean the of affected area and bath the animal prior to application. Pat dry with towel. Dilute AMITICK liquid as per suggested dilution and apply all over the body through scrubbing.
Avoid sensitive area like eyes and ears. Allow it to dry. Do not wash after application. Prevent from licking until it gets dry.
Wash hands and arms with soap and water treating the pet.
Overdoses / Side effects / Contraindications /Warnings:
Do not use in diabetic and sick dogs. Common side effects are sedation and bradycardia. .
Not safe for use in cats.
Antidote: Yohimbine @ 0.1 mg/kg body weight IV can be used to minimize or prevent side effects in case of amitrz toxicity.
Pharmaceutical precautions / Instructions:
Protect from heat and direct sunlight. Strictly for topical or external application under supervision of registered veterinary practitioner. Not for human use for animal treatment only. Read enclosed insert carefully before use.
Safety: Age / Pregnancy/ Withdrawal:
Always consult your veterinarian before using in young and pregnant/lactating animals.
Habit forming: No.
Substitute: Ridd Solution