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- n. A triazapentadiene compound, an insecticide and acaricide used in veterinary medicine.
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There is a medication called amitraz which can be made up into a rinse and applied topically to dogs as well.
These acaricides, amitraz is one of the more common, can be toxic to mammals in high doses, not what you would get eating honey, but even low doses aren't doing you any good.
Toxic products to avoid list propoxur, tetrachlorvinphos or amitraz as active ingredients.
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