When applying the products to your pet, you first want to start off by checking to make sure your pet does not have a septic smell and then apply the PetsBestRx Healing and Protection spray to a cotton ball or a qtip and swab the outer ear canal.

You don’t want to pour the Healing spray in the ear canal. You can also apply to the ear flap. You don’t want to go deep into the ear canal because you can damage the ear drum. You want to get the debris and feces out of the ear and the Healing spray is also going to help with the swelling and or inflammation.

Thirty minutes later you want to apply the Mitactin spray to a cotton ball or qtip and swab the ear canal as well as the outer flaps of the ears. You want to keep an eye on your pet’s condition and clean the environment as well. We do have our Diatomaceous earth that can be sprinkled on your pet’s bedding, your carpet or even your furniture. If your pet comes in contact with these objects or any other objects the ear mites may transfer onto the objects in your home and if your pet comes in contact with the object again there may be a re-infestation.

We also offer our Xtreme Cleen cleaner that is a concentrated cleaner that can be used for re-infestation and sanitizing. You can dilute 2oz to a gallon of water to clean your kitchen counters or even your bathroom. You can add 3oz to a load of clothes to wash with and you can also dilute 4oz of the Xtreme Cleen to a gallon of water to mop your floors with or put in a carpet cleaner. If you ride your pet in your car you can sprinkle our DeStroy Eco dust (the diatomaceous earth) in your car and rub it in and also sprinkle it outside. The only thing is, if the DeStroy Eco dust gets wet you will have to apply more once the area is dry.

More Info on Different Types of Ear Mite Products

Proper application of ear mite products is an important step in ear mites treatment. Usually all products are provided with labels and instructions from the pharmacist and veterinarian. It is advised to strictly follow label instructions to avoid any side effects. Not following the advised instruction will further aggravate the condition rather than solving it.

While applying topical medications care should be taken to apply it to those parts only, for which it is intended. For example sprays if goes into the eyes may cause irritation. One should properly wrap the infected pet in a towel or sheet and expose only that part where the medications are to be applied.

Systemic treatment should not be done unless advised by a qualified veterinarian. Also you must have enough technical ability to inject the medication. For instance, intravenous injections if given intramuscularly and vice versa can cause severe problems. In short proper way of treatment is as important as treatment itself.



Yes. Any areas your pet may inhabit need to be treated including bedding, kennels, and any carpet and furniture your pet may come in contact with.Treating the environment in which your pet with mange resides is crucial to completing eradicating mange mites and preventing re-infestation. This can be done using our All Stop DE-Stroy Pest Control Eco Dust or our PuraCleenRx Disinfectant Spray. Read the rest of this entry »

Our ear mite treatment consists of the PetsBestRx Mitactin Spray and the PetsBestRx Healing and Protection Spray. Both of these products for pet ear mites are completely non-toxic and safe to use.

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Our company has completed several trials and case studies on ringworm in pets. We have also served over 250,000 pet ringworm customers at this time and are growing by the minute.

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We do have a line of pet ringworm products which is our PetsBestRx line of products. We also have a line for human ringworm which is named All Stop.Our All Stop line of products for humans consists of our All Stop Medicated Skin Cream, All Stop Healing Gel and our All Stop Medicated Body Wash.

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No, our company doesn’t specialize in ear mites but we have done research on ear mites and how our product work to effectively and efficiently cure ear mites.

We have helped over 200,000 customers who have pets battling ear mites. The testimonies on our site are real. We offer a regimen on how to treat your pet with the Mitactin spray and Healing and Protection spray.  We do know that no two pets are the same and we ask that if you do not see results in the first seven days of receiving and using the products to give us a call if there are no noticeable improvements or if you feel the symptoms are getting worse so a regimen can be customized for you.

We also offer other tips on how to treat your environment for ear mites. A paper regimen is sent out in the package with the products and that is recommended to follow in the beginning of the treatment. The 1st step is to apply PetsBestRx Healing spray on a cotton ball or qtip to clean out the debris in the ears and to kill bacteria. Wait 30 minutes and then apply the Mitactin spray on a cotton ball or qtip to clean out more debris but you will also be killing the mites at the same time.

This is done once a day every day until the desired results are achieved.  We have two types of products that are safe and non toxic for the environment that helps to prevent re-infestation. The first product is our DeStroy Eco dust which can be sprinkled throughout your home and also outside. The other product is the PuraCleen disinfectant spray which can be misted on your furniture, your bedding, your pet’s bedding and even your counter tops.

  Ear mites’ epidemiology and statistics

The most common ear mite, otodectis cynotis is eight legged parasite having three weeks of life cycle and is barely detectable by the naked eye. It afflicts both external and internal ear canal and cause rupturing of blood vessels in the ear flaps. For diagnosis take a sample of the ear discharge and evaluate it microscopically to confirm its presence.

The microscopic examinations of ear swabs, skin scraps and fecal samples of 289 cats and 223 dogs revealed that mono-specific and mixed infestations of otodectis cynotis in cats were 24.56% and 6.57% while in dogs were 7.57% and 4.48% respectively. The highest rate of pestilence was in young cats and lowest rate in elder dogs. The mixed affliction was found in combination with sarcoptes, demodex, dermatophytes, ticks, fleas, ascarids etc.

The best way to prevent pets from getting ear mites infections is to avoid their contact with infected animals. If an animal is infected it should be isolated and treated. Other animal and environment should also be treated as precaution, even if they do not have developed the signs and symptoms of ear mites.



Our All Stop DE-Stroy Pest Control Eco Dust is a completely safe and non-toxic mange powder. It is also used in the treatment of internal parasites. If you pet licks a small amount of the powder it will not harm them because it is a food grade diatomaceous earth powder.

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Notoedric Mange is also known as feline mange. It is the form of mange cats most commonly contract. Although cats may have other forms of mange, it is uncommon. This form of mange is caused by a tiny mite known as notoedres cati. Read the rest of this entry »

No. Mange mites cannot live on humans. They must feed off of the blood of an animal. However, mange mites can temporarily reside on the body of a human long enough to bite you or your children. The bites will cause irritation and possibly secondary infection. Read the rest of this entry »

Yes, it is recommended that you quarantine your pet when you are dealing with a case of ear mites. This should help to prevent the other pets from catching ear mites because it is a highly contagious condition.

It is important you treat your home and your pet for ear mites at the same time. The ear mites don’t always stay in the ear. They will burrow into your pet’s bedding while sleeping and wait to re-infect them later. They can also move to other parts of your pet’s body such as the face, paws and tail.

If the ear mites are left untreated it can cause a secondary infection. You can usually tell a secondary infection is present if there is a septic smell to the skin. We treat ear mites with our PetsBestRx Mitactin Spray and PetsBestRx Healing and Protection Spray. These products work in conjunction together to rid your pet of ear mites.

We also offer a food grade diatomaceous earth called DE-Stroy Pest Control Eco Dust. This product can be sprinkled around your home and pet’s bedding to work against ear mites in your home.

The PuraCleenRx Disinfectant Spray can be used to clean and sanitize your home when you are dealing with ear mites. This product can be use on hard surfaces or even upholstered furniture.  The PuraCleenRx Xtreme Cleen can be used as a concentrated disinfectant for your home. This product can be diluted for the laundry and also to be used for mopping and spraying your home.

Sometimes when your pet is dealing with ear mites they are also suffering from a lowered immune system. We do offer our PetsBestRx Mighty Vites to naturally boost your pet’s immune system.  This would help them to fight any infection that may be in the ear and also to heal quickly from ear mites.

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Ear mites infestation is highly contagious and spreads very easily even through minimal contact. Along with transmission through direct contact the infested pet may shed ear mites in to its surrounding. It’s likely that the kennel, bedding, your furniture and carpet will get ear mites from your pet. It is recommended as a precaution to quarantine your pet to avoid spreading of the mites. If you can not completely quarantine your pet at least minimize its movement.

Do not allow your infested pet to get mixed up with the healthy ones. Also make sure to restrict its entry to rooms and kitchen. Try to avoid sharing a bed with your pet while it has ear mites. Always keep your furniture and carpet clean and disinfect it if feasible.  Although ear mites do not infest humans usually but it’s safe to not let your pet play with your child. If infested pets are not properly isolated chances of re infection and other pets getting infested are highly likely.


Ear mites infestation is highly contagious and spreads very easily even through minimal contact. Along with transmission through direct contact the infested pet may shed ear mites in to its surrounding. It’s likely that the kennel, bedding, your furniture and carpet will get ear mites from your pet. It is recommended as a precaution to quarantine your pet to avoid spreading of the mites. If you can not completely quarantine your pet at least minimize its movement.

Do not allow your infested pet to get mixed up with the healthy ones. Also make sure to restrict its entry to rooms and kitchen. Try to avoid sharing a bed with your pet while it has ear mites. Always keep your furniture and carpet clean and disinfect it if feasible.  Although ear mites do not infest humans usually but it’s safe to not let your pet play with your child. If infested pets are not properly isolated chances of re infection and other pets getting infested are highly likely.

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