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Most cured ear infections in animals do not normally return. Some dogs are more susceptible to ear infections than others but it is not discussed whether this is associated with certain breeds of dogs or not.
Ear infections can occur in any breed or dog or cat. Ear infections can normally be helped by using a preventative solution once or twice per week. Our PetsBestRx Healing and Protection Spray can be used as an ear infection preventative solution. This is applied by lightly spraying on a Q-Tip or Cotton Swap and cleaning the ear flap and a little inside of the ear making sure not to go to deep.
You can also try to prevent ear infections by making sure that your pet’s ears stay dry. Sometimes this will require a drying agent and sometimes it will not, it can depend on the breed of dog. You can use a drying agent after bathing or swimming with your pet. It is important to keep the dog’s ear canal dry because it can cause an infection just like swimmer’s ear in humans. A primary cause of ear infections can also be pet allergies.
You want to start treatment for pet allergies as soon as your pet starts scratching or itching. Having ear mites present in the ear can also cause a bacterial infection to set in. The long acting PetsBestRx Healing and Protection Spray would be used to kill bacterial infections in the ear and help with the ear mite treatment along with the natural PetsBestRx Mitactin Spray.
Ear infection is a very common issue in all animals including pets and farm animals. Pets, especially pets with large and fluffy ears are more susceptible to ear infections as compared to other animals. Infection of the ear usually involves the outer portion and results in an inflammation of the ear called otitis.
The cause of infection is either internal or external. In case some cases infection may develop due to some internal problem in the ear. Different parasites and bacterial or fugal species are also involved in infection of ears.
A secondary bacterial infection and sepsis may also develop due to some injury or wound in the ear. In small animals like dogs, cats and sheep myiasis may also occur due to improper management. The problem can be diagnosed and differentiated through its clinical signs and different laboratory test. Treatment varies with specie, condition and type of condition. Prognosis is usually good in mild cases and in severe cases damages like hear loss can occur.
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.
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.
We have a pet ear mite regimen that is very simple and easy to use. It is highly successful and our customers have given testimonies that are posted on our website. The ear mite treatment is proven 98.5% successful through trials and case studies.
The ear mite products are also safe and completely non-toxic. To start the ear mite treatment, it is important to clean your pet’s ears. It is suggested to start by wrapping your pet in a big towel or blanket. This will help to stop your pet from wiggling as you are trying to apply products to its ears.
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. You can apply the PetsBestRx Healing and Protection 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 then 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.
Now you can use the PetsBestRx Mitactin Spray on the ears. This product is made to kill the ear mites and their eggs. The surfactants in the PetsBestRx Mitactin Spray work to break down the exoskeletons of the mites and also to dehydrate the eggs causing them to dehydrate and die. The PetsBestRx Mitactin Spray and the PetsBestRx Healing and Protection Spray should be alternated daily, using one in the morning and one at night. Please make sure to use them at least four to six hours apart.
When treating for ear mites, it is also important to treat your environment because this condition is highly contagious. We do 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.
More information on Ear Mite eggs:
Yes, ear mites, like other types of mites lay eggs. The life cycle of ear mites is about 3-4 weeks. The first stage of life cycle is the egg. Ear mites lay eggs inside the ear variable in number. After the egg hatches larvae comes out which changes into nymph.The nymph has two stages the protonymph and deutonymph. From the deutonymph adult mites arise. Ear mites breed before they are sexually differentiated, in their nymph stage. After breeding if an ear mite develops into a female it will become gravid and lay fertile eggs. In case a male develops it will start breeding other nymphs and the cycle repeats in this way.
Some ear mites treatment products are only suitable for the adult and nymph stages and do not necessarily destroy the eggs. In such cases usually a second application of treatment is advised after 3 weeks to kill the next adult or nymph generation.
Yes, you can bathe you pets even if they have ear mites. It is suggested to bathe your pet as normal. Ear mites can travel to other parts of the body.
It is most common to have ear mites on the face, paws and tails because of the positions pets sleep in. If you notice intense itching on other parts of the body besides the ears, this may be the case. If you suspect ear mites are on other parts of your pet’s body, you can use our PetsBestRx Pet Wash because it is effective against mange.
If you notice that your pet has a septic smell it is essential to follow up treatment with the Pet Wash. The presence of a septic smell is a sign of an underlying staph infection on the skin. The Pet Wash is effective against the staph infection and is very important to use if there are mites on your pet’s body. Do not use the PetsBestRx Pet Wash in the ears for an ear mite treatment.
We treat ear mites with our PetsBestRx Mitactin Spray and PetsBestRx Healing and Protection Spray. When treating for ear mites, it is also important to treat your environment because this condition is highly contagious. We do 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. We also offer the PuraCleenRx Disinfectant Spray and the PuraCleenRx Xtreme Cleen for the disinfecting of your environment.
More information on “can i bathe my pet while they have ear mites”
Your pet’s hygiene plays an important role in its overall health, and bathing is an important part of hygiene. Ear mites lodge in the ears of dogs and cats generally and spread to other body parts like paws, neck and tail in severe cases. You can certainly bath your pet while it has ear mites. Not only you can bathe your pet while it has ear mites, but it becomes rather important in case of ear mite infestation. Most parasites like dirty and foul conditions and these conditions favor its growth. Bathing your pet will keep it clean, as well as prevent spread of ear mites to other parts of the body.
A few precautions must be followed while bathing your pet. Wash the head part first followed by other parts of the body. Try to avoid spread of water, with which ears are washed to other parts of the body as they may contain mites. If you are bathing your pet in a tub try to keep the head outside the tub and wash it separately to avoid spread of the mites. Always bathe infected animals separately from non infected ones.
Yes, ear mites can be transferred from a dog to a cat or from a cat to a dog, especially if they are sleeping in close quarters. Ear mites can also move to other parts of your pet’s body besides their ears.