Some signs your pet may have ear mites are scratching of the ears, whining, shaking of the head and dark debris in the ear. This black debris normally looks like coffee grounds in the ear.
You can still breed animals when they have ear mites. It is suggest however to treat the pets for ear mites before they are bred. If you breed a pet that has ear mites this can cause the other pet to catch them.
Also once the litter is born they will also catch ear mites from the mother. Ear mites are highly contagious and easily spread from one pet to another. We do offer products for the treatment of ear mites. We treat ear mites with our PetsBestRx Ear Mite Wash Treatment Spray and PetsBestRx Healing and Protection Spray.
We also offer environmental products to assist with the treatment of ear mites in your home. Two of these are hospital grade disinfectants that can be used to clean your kitchen, bedding, flooring, carpeting and even furniture. We also offer a powder for ear mites. This is our All Stop DE-Stroy Pest Control Eco Dust.
Sometimes when your pet is dealing with ear mites they are also suffering from a lowered immune system. We do offer our PetsBestRx Mighty Vites to naturally boost your pet’s immune system. This would help them to fight any infection that may be in the ear and also to heal quickly from ear mites.
If you have any more questions or need to speak with a customer service specialist you can call 1-337-937-8800 or visit us online at http://www.petsbestrx.com/EarMites .
More info on “can you breed dogs or cats with ear mites”
Cats and dogs with ear mites can be bred like normal pets but is not advised. Ear mites will not cause any harm to the reproductive system of your pet or the fetus. The only risk involved with breeding of pets with ear mites is the spread of infestation. Ear mites are usually highly contagious and spread really fast. There are chances that the cat or dog will catch mites during breeding from the already infected partner. Also there are chances that the new born litter will catch ear mites from the mother. Ear mites cause extreme itching of the ear and eventually the pet comes under stress. This stress can be harmful for the pregnant animal and the newborn litter. Pets can tolerate very little stress during their early life and pregnancy. Stress due to ear mites will bring the immunity down and animal becomes prone to other diseases.
It is advised to treat your pet for ear mites before carrying out breeding. This will ensure the future safety of your pet and progeny.
You can use the All Stop De-Stroy Pest Control Eco Dust in your furniture or carpeting to treat ear mites. The Eco Dust is made to be sprinkled very lightly like baby powder on the carpet for ear mites.
This product can also be used indoors and outdoors. This powder is completely safe and nontoxic. It is actually all natural as well. This product can also be used in your vehicle. Many people like to take their pets out on trips with them, you can use the All Stop DE-Stroy Pest Control Eco Dust in your car to protect from ear mites.
When treating for ear mites, it is also important to treat your environment because this condition is highly contagious. We do offer our All Stop DE-Stroy Pest Control Eco Dust to treat your home for ear mites. This is a food grade diatomaceous earth powder that is completely safe to use around kids and pets as well as yourself.
Diatomaceous Earth is crushed fossils of fresh water marine life. We also offer our PuraCleenRx Disinfectant Spray and our PuraCleenRx Xtreme Cleen to help clean your environment from ear mites. The ear mite environmental treatment products are all proven 98.5% successful through trials and case studies. If you have any more questions or need to speak with a customer service specialist you can call 1-337-937-8800 or visit us online at http://www.petsbestrx.com/EarMites .
More info on “Can I put the Pest Control Eco Dust on my furniture to control ear mites?”
A clean and mite free environment is extremely important in ear mite treatment. Ear mite’s infestation is exceptionally contagious and transfers very easily through close contact. Ear mite’s treatment may prove ineffective if the environment stays infested. Your furniture may contain eggs and adult mites shed by the infested pet. The same pet may get repetitively infested and other pets at your home are at risk of infestation also. A proper treatment plan should consist of both medical treatment and management practices to control mite population.
Spread of mites can be restricted by appropriate cleaning of your furniture. Medical treatments applied to your pet directly will only have effects limited to your pet’s body. Mites control practices including cleaning and disinfection of your house furniture is equally important. Any non irritant and non toxic spray or dust can be applied to furniture. Make sure that the product is effective against both eggs and adult mites. There are some products which are effective against different types of pests, which can be used to control all types of infective agents present in your environment.
Ear mites are not usually located inside your pet’s ear. They usually are just on the outside of the ear flap and not located near the ear drum. Some signs your pet may have ear mites are scratching of the ears, whining, shaking of the head and dark debris in the ear.
Some common signs your pet may have ear mites are scratching of the ears, whining, shaking of the head and dark debris in the ear. If left untreated the ear can even have a septic smell or bad odor.
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.
If you are not sure if your pet’s ears smell bad, put your face close to the ear and inhale. If you smell and very septic or pungent smell like rotting flesh or sewage, this is a sign of an ear infection or staph infection of the ear.