When purchasing the products an easy to use step by step regimen is sent to you. This regimen is standard for regular case of ear mites not involving infection.

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The Eco Dust is a food grade diatomaceous earth; therefore it will not harm your pet if licked. The food grade diatomaceous earth is safe and nontoxic to humans and pets.

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No actually our company policy states that we send all packages in discrete plain packaging with only our company name and address on the outside of the box. There is no mention of the pet mange mite treatment products contained within.

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Our animal ringworm treatment products are highly successful. They are proven to be 98.5% successful through trials and case studies. Also, all of our animal ringworm product kits or combos are backed by a 30 day 100% money back guarantee.

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Our products are recommended to be used daily on your pet for a mange cure. Our PetsBestRx Mitactin Spray and our PetsBestRx Sulfinex Cream are used daily alternating the products every other day. Our PetsBestRx Pet Wash is supposed to be applied once a week for an effective mange mite treatment. Read the rest of this entry »

No, all of our environmental products are completely safe, non-toxic and non-staining. These products do not contain pesticides and will not harm you or your pets.

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Yes, but only up to 10 days. Mange mites can be temporarily living in your carpet and furniture. Mange mites can live up to 10 days off of a host. After that they must find a host or they will die. Read the rest of this entry »

Yes, there are different types of ringworm conditions. You may naturally assume that ringworm conditions would actually involve a worm. Ringworm is not similar to tape worms or round worms. Ringworm is not a worm but a fungal infection of the fur or epidermal layers.

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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 »

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