One way to boost your pet’s immune system is through vitamins. Giving your pet vitamins will help them continue to get the extra nutrition their system needs to fight off the mange mites and any secondary infection that may accompany mange. Read the rest of this entry »

It is ok for you to touch the ear mite products. If you would like to administer them with your hands, it is completely safe.

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Can I apply the ear mite treatment to my pets if I am pregnant?

You can apply the ear mite products to your pet if you are pregnant. All of the ear mite products are completely safe and nontoxic.

They also do not require a prescription. Please make sure to follow the directions for use of the pet ear mite products. We do provide an ear mite regimen in your package. Follow these easy instructions and you should have no trouble with your ear mite treatment. When starting your ear mite treatment, it is suggested to use a towel or blanket to wrap your pet in to reduce wiggling.

Just make sure your pet’s head is still sticking out so you can administer the ear mite treatment. You can apply the PetsBestRx Healing and Protection Spray and the PetsBestRx Mitactin Spray to the ear by spraying it on a Q-tip or cotton swab and applying it to the ear flap. Do not go any farther in the ear than the cotton tip of the Q-tip.  Pushing a Q-tip too far in the ear can cause a ruptured ear drum especially in cats.

These products do not have harsh smells so this also should not affect your pregnancy. Our ear mite kits and combos are covered under a 100% 30 day money back guarantee. This guarantee is contingent with you contacting a customer service specialist if you are not noticing signs of improvement in the first 7 days of treatment. Not all pets are the same and some we know require special care. We also offer non-toxic cleaners for ear mites. These are our All Stop DE-Story Pest Control Eco Dust, PuraCleenRx Disinfectant Spray and PuraCleenRx Xtreme Cleen.

Other Information on Applying Ear Mite Treatments when Pregnant:

There is absolutely no harm in treating your pets while you are pregnant. Treating your pet for ear mite has nothing to do with human physiology. Most of the products used for veterinary treatment are usually the same used for human treatments but with high concentrations and larger doses. As ear mite infestation is only found in a few species, their treatment is also peculiar to those species which are susceptible to it. Treating your pet while you are pregnant is completely safe and has no toxic effects on you and the fetus. Application of products on the pet should be limited to those areas only which are infected.

Although these products are safe for human health, proper procedures and protocols should be followed for treatment. Read the information on the packaging and act accordingly. Also try to avoid ingestion and inhalation of such products and wear a mask or gloves while applying treatments, to avoid any risks. Avoid entrance of the products into eyes also.

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 »

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