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Ridd Application Procedure on an adult Labrador dog?

According to the instructions on the bottle of ridd it says to dilute the solution in water and apply it on the dogs body and let it dry off and not to give baths after that for 1 week. Now what if the dog licks himself in that period of time? Is it poisonous if he consumes it?

2017-04-23T15:57:50+0530 23 Apr 2017 3:57 pm

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2017-05-03T18:41:16+0530 03 May 2017 6:41 pm
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Yes, the dog should not lick the body otherwise dog may start vomit or may feel dizzy. Do not overdose. Overdosing can also cause dizziness. Ask your vet for dilution. You can splash nd squeeze some water by your hand and few minutes of application you can use the towel to dry the dog without rinsing Ridd from the coat. Once the coat is dry there is no problem.
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2017-05-03T18:41:53+0530 03 May 2017 6:41 pm
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In the case of any problem immediately get in touch with the vet.
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2017-11-14T01:04:28+0530 14 Nov 2017 1:04 am
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If it is summer time then give it the application in the morning and take it for a walk.For my Indian Spitz I prefer Fiprofort Spray made by Sava Healthcare Ltd, Gujarat ~(www.savavet.com~). This is given 7-10 days after a bath with Himalaya Erina EP shampoo. Application is every month except during winter season as not required.
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