Imaverol is an effective treatment for ringworm and other fungal infections in cattle, horses and dogs. Imaverol 100mg/ml Concentrate for use on the skin after dilution. Diluted by adding 1 part to 50 parts of warm water.
The concentrated Imaverol solution is diluted in 50 parts of lukewarm water. Dermatophytes will penetrate the hair follicles. Crusts must be removed with a hard brush which has been soaked in the diluted Imaverol emulsion. The animal must be sprayed entirely at the first dose so as to reach the sub clinical lesions as well.
Cattle should be treated 3-4 times in 3-4 days depending on the lesions. The animal can either be washed or sprayed with the diluted solution.
In horses, the lesions and the surrounding areas should be washed with the diluted solution 4 times in 3-4 days.
Ringworm in dogs should be treated by washing the dog with the diluted solution of Imaverol 4 times in 3-4 days. Wet the skin well by rubbing the solution in the opposite direction to the hair growth to ensure that the skin is thoroughly wet. Long haired dogs should possibly be clipped or the hair around the lesion shaved.
Use Imaverol strictly in accordance with product directions.
Dosage: As much as needed to completely wash animal, e.g: 20ml in 1 ltr of water.