Cheyletiella Mange resembles a bad case of dandruff. These mange mites burrow just under the surface of the skin creating what appears to be dandruff. They live in the keratin level (top layer) of the skin.

Cheyletiellosis is highly contagious. It is transferred by direct contact with a mange infected animal. Symptoms vary from no signs at all to intense itching, redness, scales on the skin and hair loss. This form is common in dogs, cats and rabbits. This form of mange mites is also referred to as walking dandruff.

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Your pet does not have to be any certain age before using our ear mite cure. We use our PetsBestRx Mitactin Spray or Ear Wash Treatment and our PetsBestRx Healing and Protection Spray to work against ear mites.

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No, our ear mite products do not contain pesticides. They are all completely safe and nontoxic to use on your pet and in your home.

Some of your traditional veterinarian prescribed medications contains pesticides for killing ear mites. For this reason you must have a prescription on obtain these medications. Our ear mite products are proven 98.5% successful through trials and case studies. We also have testimonials posted on our website that you can view.

When starting your ear mite treatment, it is suggested to use a towel or blanket to wrap your pet in to reduce wiggling. You first use the PetsBestRx Healing and Protection Spray in the ear. This will help to clean the ear taking out the eggs, feces and debris left behind by the ear mites. This product will also help to heal any infection in the ear that may be present. Wait thirty minutes and then you can apply the PetsBestRx Ear Wash Treatment to the ear in the same fashion as the Healing and Protection Spray.

Make sure you do not pour the products in your pet’s ears; they are made to be lightly applied to the ear flap and just outside the ear canal.  We also offer products to treat your environment for ear mites. These products are our All Stop DE-Stroy Pest Control Eco Dust, PuraCleenRx Disinfectant Spray and PuraCleenRx Xtreme Cleen. All of these products for your home are also completely safe and nontoxic to your children and pets.

Ear mite is annoying parasite that lives in the ear canal of pets. It eats the skin oil and ear wax causing itching and inflammation which lead to the production of ear debris. Ear mites are easily transmissible when the infected pets come in close physical contact with the healthy ones. An ear mite usually infests cats, dogs and in some cases other pets. If one keep cats indoor then prevention of it is very easy because the cats do not come in close physical contact with other pets. Ear mites are usually found in the ear canal but it can also spread to other parts causing irritation of the skin as well as itching.

Most commonly observed signs and symptoms are scratching at ears, head shaking, dark waxy discharge from the ears, scab or crust formation and sometime irritation of skin. Ear mites are microscopic it is observed in the discharge and sometime also seen white specks wandering around the ear by using magnifying scope. Medications for the ear mites include ivermectin, melbemycin oxime and selamectin. All of the above are effective and treat infestation in one application.

Yes. The only successful test for mange mites proven effective is a skin scraping. Your veterinarian can perform this simple mange test for you. This mite test consists of the top layers of skin being scrapped from the animal’s body and examined under a microscope for the presence of mange mites in the skin. Although this dog mange or cat mange test can be painful and sometimes cause bleeding, it is an effective way to determine if your pet has mange.

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Yes. A lyme dip is a method of mite treatment used on animals with mange. It is highly toxic and is not guaranteed. If the lyme dip enters the blood stream through wounds or lesions it could result in respiratory failure, cancer, and even death.

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Ringworm on pets most often looks like a raised round circular patch of skin. This is where ringworm received its name. Your pet may have ringworm without the “ring” shape.

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Yes, ear mites do lay eggs. They do have to mate in order to lay eggs and reproduce.  They usually lay the ear mites eggs in the ear canal or in the surrounding area or fur.

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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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