Posts Tagged ‘Cure for Mange’
Yes. Your pet can contract staph infection along with mange mites due to secondary infection caused by excessive scratching. It is important to keep all wounds clean and disinfected in order to prevent Staph infection from setting in when dealing with mange mite infestations.
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.
No. Mange mites are limited to animal infestations. Scabies is the form of human mites which animals cannot contract. Animal mange mites can however, bite people and cause irritation which can lead to secondary infections. But the mange mites cannot live on you or your family.
In most case our PuraCleenRx Disinfectant Spray will not stain. We do recommend if you are using the spray on leather or microfibers that you mist the disinfectant on a very small section for testing. Even clear water can stain these types of materials. It does not take a lot of the disinfectant spray for it to be effective.
Yes, our mange products are all completely safe and nontoxic. We offer our PetsBestRx Mitactin Spray for mange. This product is composed of surfactants and essential oils. Surfactants are soaps and detergents that are known to break down the exoskeleton of the mange mites.
Demodectic Mange is not transmittable from animal-to-animal contact like other forms of mange. Demo Mange is only passed from the mother to its litter of puppies or kittens. Animals with demodectic mange should not be bred in order to break this ongoing cycle.
Demodectic Mange is one of the most serious forms of mange because the mites burrow deep into the skin and attack the hair follicles at their roots, causing extreme hair loss.
Some of our mange products cannot be used on pregnant or nursing animals. It is suggested to use our products on pets that are at least four weeks of age. Usually by this age their immune system is higher and can start to undergo mange treatment. Read the rest of this entry »
Mange is contracted through direct contact with another infested animal or through failure to treat your pet’s environment to ensure all mange mites are eliminated. There is no guaranteed way to eliminate your pet from contracting mange ever again. Read the rest of this entry »