No. Mange mites will not die if left untreated. In fact, results will be just the opposite. Mange will only worsen if left untreated. If you do not treat your pet and their environment you will continue to see extreme hair loss, infection and inflammation. The only way to get rid of mange is a full mange treatment.

No, mange will not leave your pet if left untreated. When your pet is dealing with mange it lowers your pet’s immune system. If left untreated the mange will not just go away but will actually become worse because this immune system will continue to be effected by the mange mite symptoms. It is even possible to cause death for your pet if left untreated for a very long period of time. Mange mites burrow into the skin of your pet. The symptoms of mange are very severe when left untreated. A main symptom of mange is intense itching. If your pet breaks the skin, this can cause an infection to set in. You must treat a secondary staph infection before you can treat for mange mites on your pet .

Animals with mange usually are suffering with a lowered immune system. It is important to boost your pet’s immune system with vitamins or immune boosting foods. One product you can use is our PetsBestRx Mighty Vites. These immune booster vitamins will quicken your mange treatment and help with hair re-growth. We do offer our PetsBestRx Pet Wash, Mitactin Spray and Sulfinex Cream for the treatment of mange on your pet. The PetsBestRx Sulfinex Cream which is composed of white sulfur MSM and pine oil. Our PetsBestRx Mitactin Spray contains ionic and anionic surfactants and essential oils. The PetsBestRx Mitactin Spray is formulated to break down the exoskeleton of the mange mites causing them to dehydrate and die. While the PetsBestRX Sulfinex Cream is formulated to penetrate the skin helping itch relief and killing the mange bugs at the same time.

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