Our professional handheld steamer is a multi-purpose steamer that heats water over 130 degrees which is enough to kill mange mites. The All Stop Professional Steam Cleaner comes with six attachments. Read the rest of this entry »
Canine Scabies is another name for mange. Mange is a condition in animals during which mites burrow under the dermal layers of the skin and live there. Unless treated mange will only worsen. There are three standard types of mange — Sarcoptic, Demodectic and Notoedric (feline mange). Read the rest of this entry »
Our products are suggested to be used on puppies or kittens four weeks and older. Normally, you will not be able to tell that you are dealing with an ear mite infestation until after that period of time, so this should not pose as a problem.
Yes, we do offer discounts for large commercial orders for ear mite products. The discount is usually determined per the size of the order.
We do offer both our PetsBestRx Healing and Protection Spray and our PetsBestRx Ear Wash Treatment for ear mites in your pet’s ears. You can order these by the case. These are offered in the 2oz spray bottle, the 8oz spray bottle, the half gallon bottle and the gallon bottle.
If you are treating a dog for mange or ringworm we also have the PetsBestRx Pet Wash that can be used and purchased by the case at discount. For treating ear mites in the environment we do offer the All Stop DE-Stroy Pest Control Eco Dust. This powder comes by the 32oz jar, the two gallon bucket and the five gallon bucket. This product can also be ordered by the case offering discounted rates.
The PuraCleenRX Disinfectant Spray and the Xtreme Cleen can be used in the home to sanitize. If you need commercial pricing please call our customer service team at 337-937-8800. Our Customer Support Specialists can help by giving you commercial rates and placing orders. You can also reach us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org . We also offer an affiliate program, distributor and drop shipment program. You can contact us about these options at 337-937-8800 or by emailing email@example.com .
About ear mites
Ear mite is a very common microscopic parasite which infests the ear canal of cats, some dogs and in rare cases rabbits. All mites belong to the order Acarina and out of that the ear mites belong to parasitic mite’s family Macronyssidae. Ear mites are mites that live usually in the ear of animals and humans. The species Otodectis synotis is responsible for 90% infestations in cats and 8-9% in dogs.
In case of cat’s infection it usually causes intense itching in one or both ears. The most commonly seen in relation with ear mites infestation is a scabbed skin wound at the base or back of the ear. Ear mites are very contagious and can spread even with minimal physical contact. Ear mites usually do not burrow as other mites commonly do, it lives within the ear canal. Its life cycle is 4 weeks.
The ear mites are usually not involved in all dogs’ ear infection. But after infestation it leads to symptoms like scratching and head shaking. A bad odor in the ear of dogs is also a common symptom but not always.
Treatment includes several antibiotics and anti parasitic. Antibiotics are required to clear external wounds. Antiparasitic like ivermectin and selamectin can be used, Selamectin can be used both in cats and dogs to treat the existing and prevent the new mite’s infestation.
You can use our products to help prevent ringworm. We do have several safe, non-staining and non-toxic products that you can use on the skin. We also have environmental ringworm products. Read the rest of this entry »
All of our PetsBestRx products except for the PetsBestRx Healing Gel and the PetsBestRx Healing and Protection Spray are suggested to use used on dogs or cats four week old and up.
All of our mange environmental products are completely safe and nontoxic. They are safe to be used around you, your children and your pets. Our company established our mange products specifically so that you would not have to use a harmful environment treatment containing pesticides.
Except in the case of demodex mange, after complete and successful treatment of mange the dog or cat can be bred once they are completely free of mange. Demodectic Mange is only spread from mother to its litter and therefore animals with demedectic mange should not be bred. Read the rest of this entry »