Ear Mites

Our ear mite products are proven 98.5% successful in working against ear mites. This has been proven through several trials and case studies. Many people have done testimonials about these products that are listed on the website.

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The common signs of ear mites include the shaking of the head, coffee ground debris in the ears, excessive buildup, bad odor, scratching around the ears, rubbing of the face, and also sores behind the ears from scratching.

If you notice any of these signs, your pet might have ear mites. We have products to treat for ear mites and to help prevent ear mites from coming back. The products to treat for ear mites are PetsBestRx Mitactin EAr Wash Spray and the PetsBestRx Healing  Spray. The Pet Mitactin Spray is used to attack the mites, eggs and larva.

It also stops the life cycle. The Pet Healing and Protection spray is used to help your pet from infections that are caused by the ear mites. We also offer environmental products such as the ready to use PuraCleenRx ready to use Disinfectant Spray. We also have the concentrated product called the PuraCleenRx Xtreem Clean Concentrate.

These products can be used to clean your home or environment to help prevent secondary infections. It is also helpful in preventing your pet from getting re-infected and sick including yourself.  We also have the Eco Dust Diatomaceous Earth Powder. It is food grade, safe, and non-toxic. The powder will not harm your pets. You can use the Diatomaceous Earth Powder inside or outside your home.

The best way to diagnose ear mites in your pet is through its specific signs and symptoms and change in behavior that you pet will show. The common sign and symptoms are as follow.

1-Head shaking: Your pet will shake its head vigorously and repeatedly due to irritation.

2-Scratching: The infected pet will scratch its ears and the surrounding areas.

3-Debris in the ear: Debris resembling ground coffee may be observed in the ears.

4-Sores around the ear: Sores developed due to scratching can be observed around the ears.

5-Bad odor: Sometimes a specific bad odor may come from the infected dog.

A regular ear exam should be performed by the owner to check his pet for presence of mites. In case of presence of any signs of ear mites a qualified veterinarian should be consulted immediately. Some or all of the above signs may be present at a time.

You can use our ear mite treatment products on other animals besides cats and dogs. Ear mites are most common in cats and dogs, but can be found in other species of animals.

These products can be used on delicate animals like cats and rabbits. It can also be used on larger breeds like horses and cattle. These products should not be used on pet insects. They are made to break down the exoskeleton of insects so this would cause even larger insects to die.

However, on mammals these products are a safe and nontoxic ear mite treatment solution. The ear mite treatment is proven 98.5% successful through trials and case studies. Our ear mite kits and combos are covered under a 100% 30 day money back guarantee. This guarantee is contingent with you contacting a customer service specialist if you are not noticing signs of improvement in the first 7 days of treatment. At this time one of our representatives will discuss your treatment and offer an alternate regimen to follow for ear mites. Not all pets are the same and some we know require special care.

When starting your ear mite treatment, it is suggested to use a towel or blanket to wrap your pet in to reduce wiggling. We treat ear mites with our PetsBestRx Mitactin Spray and PetsBestRx Healing and Protection Spray. You can apply the PetsBestRx Healing and Protection Spray or the PetsBestRx Mitactin Spray to the ear by spraying it on a Q-tip or cotton swab and applying it to the ear flap. Do not go any farther in the ear than the cotton tip of the Q-tip.  Pushing a Q-tip too far in the ear can cause a ruptured ear drum especially in cats.

Nothing will happen to you if your skin touches the All Stop DE-Stroy Pest Control Eco Dust. This product is a food grade diatomaceous earth that looks and feels similar to baby powder.

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Yes the product will still be effective but it will not take care of any ear infections. If your pet is experiencing an infection due to ear mites, you must use the PetsBestRx Healing and Protection Spray twice per day.

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Yes, it is possible for your pet to be in pain when they are dealing with ear mites. The severity of the ear mite case depends on how long your pet has been suffering with ear mites.

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Yes, our ear mite products do really work. We have several customer testimonials that are listed on our ear mite website. Our ear mite products are proven to be 98.5% successful when using our ear mite regimen.

Our ear mite product kits do come with a thirty day money back guarantee. The ear mite kits are guaranteed because they have all of the products that you would need to get rid of ear mites in your pets. It is important to follow the step by step ear mite regimen that is sent in your package. This will make sure you are using the products correctly.

You can use a Q-tip or Cotton Swab for application of the ear mite products to your pet. Too much of the ear mite products can irritate your pet’s skin, so it is important to follow the regimen as directed. When using the Q-tip in your pet’s ears make sure to go no further in your pet’s ear than the cotton end. Going too far in the ear can cause damage to the ear drum. You can use the All Stop DE-Story Pest Control Eco Dust, the PuraCleenRx Disinfectant Spray and the PuraCleenRx Xtreme Cleen to help with ear mites in your home. You can use these on bedding, carpeting and furniture. The Eco Dust is a mite powder that consists of food grade diatomaceous earth powder. This powder is very safe and nontoxic. The Disinfectant spray is a ready to use hospital grade disinfectant spray that can be used all over the home. The Xtreme Cleen is a concentrated disinfectant that needs to be diluted properly to create a spray or to be used in the laundry to help sanitize.

Ear mites home remedies

There are several types of mites but the most common type of mite that infests pet’s ear canal is Otodectis cynotis. It is eight legged, tiny parasite that feed on the oil and wax in the dog ear canal. Ear mite can infect both external and internal ear canal and lead to serious ear infection if left untreated. The home remedies that you choose should be first talked with your vet and then monitored carefully. Various home remedies are:

Yellow dock root extract: Yellow dock roots extract are purchased and mix nine drops of it with a table spoon of water.

Corn oil: An effective home remedy for ear mites especially for cats. After applying massage the ear with cotton buds ensuring not to miss any patches.

Frequent shampooing: It is a good way to prevent spread of infection to other parts.

Mineral oil: First soak cotton and make a swab and put inside the pet’s ear.

Olive oil: ½ ounce of olive oil mixed with 400 IU of vitamin-E. Warm this mixture to room temperature and then drop around half a full drop into the ear.

Ear mites can be transferred to your carpeting but to live they must be on a host. They can only live for a short period of time off of your pet’s body.

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Most cured ear infections in animals do not normally return. Some dogs are more susceptible to ear infections than others but it is not discussed whether this is associated with certain breeds of dogs or not.

Ear infections can occur in any breed or dog or cat. Ear infections can normally be helped by using a preventative solution once or twice per week. Our PetsBestRx Healing and Protection Spray can be used as an ear infection preventative solution. This is applied by lightly spraying on a Q-Tip or Cotton Swap and cleaning the ear flap and a little inside of the ear making sure not to go to deep.

You can also try to prevent ear infections by making sure that your pet’s ears stay dry. Sometimes this will require a drying agent and sometimes it will not, it can depend on the breed of dog. You can use a drying agent after bathing or swimming with your pet. It is important to keep the dog’s ear canal dry because it can cause an infection just like swimmer’s ear in humans. A primary cause of ear infections can also be pet allergies.

You want to start treatment for pet allergies as soon as your pet starts scratching or itching. Having ear mites present in the ear can also cause a bacterial infection to set in. The long acting PetsBestRx Healing and Protection Spray would be used to kill bacterial infections in the ear and help with the ear mite treatment along with the natural PetsBestRx Mitactin Spray.

Ear infection is a very common issue in all animals including pets and farm animals. Pets, especially pets with large and fluffy ears are more susceptible to ear infections as compared to other animals. Infection of the ear usually involves the outer portion and results in an inflammation of the ear called otitis.

The cause of infection is either internal or external. In case some cases infection may develop due to some internal problem in the ear. Different parasites and bacterial or fugal species are also involved in infection of ears.

A secondary bacterial infection and sepsis may also develop due to some injury or wound in the ear. In small animals like dogs, cats and sheep myiasis may also occur due to improper management. The problem can be diagnosed and differentiated through its clinical signs and different laboratory test. Treatment varies with specie, condition and type of condition. Prognosis is usually good in mild cases and in severe cases damages like hear loss can occur.

We do have some veterinarians that recommend and endorse or products for an ear mite treatment. Other vets may not recommend our products because they do not know about them.

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