Xenex Ultra is a Permethrin based product which is formulated for the prevention and control of ectoparasite infections caused by fleas, lice and flies. It can be used to treat and prevent infestations on rabbits, guinea pigs and rodents. A single application repels the flies that cause fly strike for up to 2 weeks.
Please note that Xenex Ultra should not be applied to cats or ferrets as Permethrin is toxic to these species.
Each packet contains 6 pipettes lasting up to 2 weeks each.
Topical insecticidal spot-on solution.
Xenex Ultra is a simple and effective way to keep your small pet reliably insect free. It contains permethrin, a tried and tested insecticide that also has excellent repellent activity. Permethrin kills fleas, ticks, lice and flies (adult and immature stages). It will also repel the flies that cause fly strike in caged pets.
Each tube of the easy to apply odourless solution will kill insects residing on your pet on contact and will continue to do so for up to 2 weeks.
Medicinal Category: Small animal exemption scheme (SAES).
This veterinary medicine is marketed in accordance with Schedule 6 of the Veterinary Medicines Regulations - Exemptions for Small Pet Animals.
If you have questions about the use of this veterinary medicine, please contact us at email@example.com or speak to your vet. Further information about veterinary medicines can be obtained from the Veterinary Medicines Directorate
Full datasheet can be found here on NOAH Compendium.
As this is a veterinary medicine our Vet Team may on occasion contact you to ensure that this product is suitable for your pet.
Using the dosage table supplied, apply the correct number of drops or pipettes onto the back of the neck or base of tail.
It is recommended to use kitchen scales to accurately weigh your pet
In normal circumstances application every 2 weeks is sufficient, however, some individual animals are particularly prone to fly strike, and in these cases weekly application is advisable and is well tolerated.
Xenex Ultra should be used as part of an insect control programme. Ensure that your pet is kept in clean, dry housing which is free of faeces and urine.
Fly strike is caused by flies laying their eggs in the wet or sore areas, which can develop as a result of diarrhoea caused by poor diet and hygiene. Please
seek advice about the correct diet for your pet. Regularly check it for faeces soiling and bathe it if necessary.