Ear mites do not discriminate. They can be transferred from animal to animal contact or human to animal contact. The ear mites can get on your or your clothing; you pet another animal and transfer the ear mites without even knowing it.

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Yes. Mange mites do lay eggs when they reproduce. It is important to follow the mange regimen provided in order to ensure all eggs, larvae and adult mange mites have been eliminated from your pet’s body and their environment. If all the mites and eggs have not been killed, the possibility of re-infestation is much greater. Read the rest of this entry »

Ear mites can be highly uncomfortable and painful for your pet. It is important as a pet owner to start your ear mite treatment as soon as symptoms occur. We have done trials and case studies with our ear mite customers. Read the rest of this entry »

MSM stands for Methyl Sulfonyl Methane which is another term for white sulfur which our company uses in a treatment for mange mites.

It is also known as methylsolfonylmethane or white sulfur.  MSM is a vital building block of the body including skin, hair, nails, joint and cartilage. This can support even energy production in the body.

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Ear mites will not bite your family. Ear mites are tiny microorganisms that resemble tiny ticks. Some signs your pet may have ear mites are scratching of the ears, whining, shaking of the head and dark debris in the ear.

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Red Mange is another name for Demodectic Mange. It is common in newly born puppies that inherit the disease from their mother. It resembles rug burn when the puppies are born, hence “red mange.” Demodex mange is uncommon in cats but can occur.

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Our mange products are all completely safe and nontoxic. It is best to apply very lightly to just the affected area on your pet. Applying too much product could irritate the skin. It is important that you follow the regimen that is provided for you in your package. Read the rest of this entry »

Our company has been in business since 2003. In this time period we have tried to offer a successful nontoxic treatment for ailments on people and pets.

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It is important to treat your pet’s kennel and bedding for ear mites. You want to make sure and clean all areas your pet is frequenting daily.

Some of these places can include your carpeting and furniture as well. Ear mites can transfer to objects in your environment and then transfer back to your pet when they feel its body heat. The ear mites can also move to other parts of the body besides the ears. We offer surface disinfectants as well.

These are our PuraCleenRx Disinfectant Spray or our PuraCleenRx Xtreme Cleen. These can be used to disinfect your furniture when dealing with ear mites. The Disinfectant Spray is a ready to use disinfectant cleaner and the X-treme Cleen is a concentrated disinfectant cleaner.

We also 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. These products can be used on your furniture, carpets or even bedding. They are all completely safe and nontoxic. You can treat ear mites on your pet with our PetsBestRx Mitactin Spray and PetsBestRx Healing and Protection Spray.

More Information on “do i need to treat my pets kennel and bedding for ear mites”

Yes, it is recommended to treat your pet’s kennel and bedding for ear mites apart from treating your pet. The infected pet may shed mites in its environment including parts of your house where the pet has access. Pets can catch mites once again from its environment if left untreated. Proper disinfection of places such as kennels, bedding, house furniture and carpets is equally important. Cleaning your pet’s kennel is also important for the health of other pets at your home as they may catch infection from the infected environment.

Proper hygiene and management practices should be followed to prevent any infections in your pets. All kennels and beddings should be cleaned daily. Pets should be bathed and cleaned regularly. Ears should be cleaned and checked regularly for any signs of inflammation or presence of mites. Keeping your own and your pet’s environment clean may decrease chances of infections a great deal. \Prevention is always better than cure.


The life cycle of an ear mite usually takes about 21 days from eggs to adults. The female mites normally lay about five eggs per day and the eggs normally hatch within four days.

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