The PetsBestRx Healing Gel is suggested for use on dogs and larger animals. It is not to be used on cats or more delicate animals. In your ringworm treatment for dogs you need to alternate using the PetsBestRx Healing Gel and the PetsBestRx Sulfinex Cream.

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There are two main products that we use for the treatment of ringworm on cats. These are our PetsBestRx Healing and Protection Spray and our PetsBestRX Sulfinex Cream. The PetsBestRx Healing and Protection Spray is made with the active ingredient benzalkonium chloride.

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We do supply our PetsBestRx mange mite products to some veterinarians. Most vets use traditional treatments even though they may be harmful to your animal.

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The PuraCleenRx Disinfectant Spray is actually used to disinfect your home and environment. This product is a hospital grade disinfectant spray that is ready to use.

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At this time we do not sell any oral medications for pet ringworm because most of them contain harmful ingredients. Some vet prescribed oral ringworm treatments can take over a month to be effective.

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If your dog is on another medicine like Ivermectin, antibiotics, Revolution or Advantage you can still use the ear mite treatment. All of these are completely safe to be used at the same time.

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When the mange mites burrow deep into the skin especially with demodectic mange, the mites leave behind fecal matter, debris and eggs. All of these secretions are what makes the skin appear to have changed color. The skin usually becomes like a dark brown or a black color. The mange mites do not actually change the color of your pet’s skin. Read the rest of this entry »

Dogs with ear mites can lose their hair. It is common for the ear mites to cause them to lose the hair in and around the ear and ear flap. Ear mites can move to other parts of your pet’s body.

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Sure you can, all of our mange products are completely safe to be used while pregnant because they are all non-toxic and do not contain pesticides. Many people have tried our products and done testimonials about them online. They are safe to use around people that are pregnant; it also will not affect your immune system or your pet’s.

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Our mange products can be used on other animals other than cats and dogs. Some other animals that our products can be used on are birds, hamster, gerbils and rabbits. For these smaller and more delicate animals you need to use our cat mange regimen.

For your larger animals like cattle, horses, and sheep they should use the dog mange regimen. We do offer our PetsBestRx Pet Wash, Mitactin Spray and Sulfinex Cream for the treatment of mange on dogs or larger animals. To treat mange you would first use the Pet Wash and then you would need to alternate the Mitactin Spray and the Sulfinex Cream every other day to treat for the mange mites on your pet. The Mitactin Spray and the Sulfinex Cream are used lightly only to the affected areas. They do not require rinsing. If there is a septic smell present, this is a sign of a secondary infection or staph infection. When treating a dog with staph you need to first wash your pet with the PetsBestRx Pet Wash for five straight days or until the septic smell is no longer present.

Our mange products are completely safe and nontoxic. If your pet happens to lick the product it may cause a stomach ache as if they were licking soap or toothpaste. If you rub the products completely into the skin; this will leave no left-over products on the skin for your pet to lick. We offer our PuraCleenRx Disinfectant Spray which is a ready to use hospital grade disinfectant cleaner. This product is completely safe and nontoxic. It is also non-staining.

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