Posts Tagged ‘cure red mange’

Do your mange products cure red mange?

Our PetsBestRx products can be used for a red mange treatment. They are highly effective in killing red mange mites and mange mite eggs on the skin. For more information on our red mange cure, click here.

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How is the Disinfectant Spray used for mange?

The PuraCleenRx Disinfectant Spray can be used anywhere in your home to sanitize. It can be used to clean bathrooms and countertops as well as to be lightly sprayed on bedding and furniture. The PuraCleenRx Disinfectant Spray is complete safe and non-toxic.

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How is the DE-Stroy Eco Dust used for mange?

Our All Stop DE-Stroy Pest Control Eco Dust is used in many different ways. It is a non-toxic food grade diatomaceous earth powder. This product has been known to have been used over the years by farmers for pest control.

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Will we catch scabies from my pet’s 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.

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What is red mange?

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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Are your mange products safe and nontoxic?

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.

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Why does my dog or cat keep getting mange?

Dogs or cats may continue to become re-infested due to failure to treat the environment. If the environment in which the pet dwells is not treated for mange mites, the animal will continue to become re-infested with mange mites with increasing severity.

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