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D.Boyd
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Permethrin?

What percent do I buy and how to mix for spraying on dogs and my clothing?

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10 percent 28 oz of water 2 oz works good in Kansas

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Sawyers get at Walmart already mixed for clothing and dogs

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Sawyer's is .05, so if you buy permethrin 10 mix it 19 parts water to 1 part permethrin. That is what is recommended for use on clothing and your dogs. As far as buying Sawyer's as opposed to mixing your own, an $8. bottle of permethrin from Tractor Supply, you would spend around$150. on Sawyer's to have the same amount.

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Tom

I like the sounds of Tom Anderson's post. Sounds simple enough that I can do it correctly! I'd like to add to this post a question. Are you guys spraying your dogs Every day or is a couple times a week enough?? How often is to often??

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How strong do I mix it to spray on myself? Will it keep the mosquitoes and ticks off me if I spray it on my arms and legs?

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How strong do I mix it to spray on myself? Will it keep the mosquitoes and ticks off me if I spray it on my arms and legs?
j just make you a dip in a horse watering trough and swim in it before going hunting . lol

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We spray our dogs to protect them. Why not protect ourselves?

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Permethrin is pretty potent stuff, you should really try to mix it down to .05. Read the warnings on it. Sprayed on your clothes at that mixture will keep them able to repel ticks up to 6 months depending on how often you wash them. So I wouldn't overdue it on your dogs.

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How often

Yeah I'd like to hear from more folks on how often they spray it on their dogs. I've heard guys say everytime they put their dogs in the woods they spray them. I feel like that's to much? But I don't know that's why I'm asking.

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I do not spray on dogs I spray on rag wipe it on dogs once a week but I use a pill every two months called or barvecto

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Think I read where sunlight deteriorates Permethrin and I'm sure that water also washes it off so I do spray my dogs every time I hunt. Also use Simparica every month.

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Well since we have had 30 inches of rain in the last 45 days and dogs are in a lot over there back I would say it washes off now mine are on bravecto also so knock on wood haven't seen one in a few years and don't want to

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Well since we have had 30 inches of rain in the last 45 days and dogs are in a lot over there back I would say it washes off now mine are on bravecto also so knock on wood haven't seen one in a few years and don't want to

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Good to see people are listening in here. haha

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Good to see people are listening in here. haha


I see that! There is no way I would spray a chemical that strong on my dogs every time I hunt them. This stuff could destroy their central nervous system, cause seizures, and ultimately kill your dog. If I was to spray my dog every time I take them out there are several natural sprays on the market that are safe for your dog that will repel ticks. Not saying that you can't use permethrin occasionally but it makes me cringe that anybody would spray that much on their valuable dogs.

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