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Dogs or cats may continue to become re-infested with dog mange or cat mange 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.
The most common symptoms of mange are extreme itching, scratching, biting, red swollen areas of the skin, scaly or dry skin, hair loss and pustules. There may also be some areas of the skin that have been scratched resulting in bloody lesions or sores because of the mange mites.
It is possible your pet is in pain from dealing with mange mites, especially if they have secondary infections. Mange mites generally cause hair loss and extreme itching and inflammation to the skin. It is the excessive scratching and secondary infection that would cause your pet to be in pain.
All of our mange products are completely safe and nontoxic and will not burn your pet’s skin when treating. You can use your hands for application of the mange products to your pet and these products will not burn your skin or your pets.
The PetsBestRx Pet Wash can be used to rejuvenate your pet’s skin. It is also used to get rid of any dirt, debris, bacteria or parasite from your pet’s coat. It is also anti-fungal and can restore your pet’s skin color and coat. Read the rest of this entry »
There is no specific time period you have to wait after using another mange mite treatment before using our PetsBestRx mange treatment. These products are completely non-toxic and eco-friendly which means you are safe to use our mange products immediately and follow a daily regimen. Read the rest of this entry »
Our PetsBestRx products are recommended to be used on animals four weeks in age and up. Our mange mite products should not be used on animals that are pregnant or nursing.Yes, all of our products are completely safe and non-toxic to use on puppies with mange.
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.