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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.
You can use our ear mite treatment products on other animals besides cats and dogs. Ear mites are most common in cats and dogs, but can be found in other species of animals.
These products can be used on delicate animals like cats and rabbits. It can also be used on larger breeds like horses and cattle. These products should not be used on pet insects. They are made to break down the exoskeleton of insects so this would cause even larger insects to die.
However, on mammals these products are a safe and nontoxic ear mite treatment solution. The ear mite treatment is proven 98.5% successful through trials and case studies. 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. At this time one of our representatives will discuss your treatment and offer an alternate regimen to follow for ear mites. Not all pets are the same and some we know require special care.
When starting your ear mite treatment, it is suggested to use a towel or blanket to wrap your pet in to reduce wiggling. We treat ear mites with our PetsBestRx Mitactin Spray and PetsBestRx Healing and Protection Spray. You can apply the PetsBestRx Healing and Protection Spray or 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.
Are your dogs and cats shaking their heads and ears? Are they scratching at their ears and rubbing their face? Do they have sores behind the ears from scratching themselves?
Your pet is scratching his ears all the time, is irritated, shaking his head constantly and has a brown crust in his ears. Presence of all or some of these signs confirms the presence of ear mites on your pet. If you observe any of the above signs, have a close examination of your pet’s ears and you may observe more. The ears may have become red or swollen due to repeated scratching and a crust may be present inside the ears. Both the inner and outer portions of ear look inflamed.
For a confirmatory diagnosis the pet can be taken to a veterinarian where he can confirm it through microscopic examination and differential clinical signs. Performing conventional treatment for ear mites and monitoring the results can also be helpful in diagnosing ear mites. History of your pet’s interaction with other animals can help in correct diagnosis of the issue
There are a few ways that you can know if your pet has ear mites. Ear mites can be a horrible irritating and painful problem for your pet. Ear mites can also lead to a serious bacterial infection in the ear. The sooner you can start an ear mite treatment the better this will be for your pet.
The ear mite is a tiny little creature that lives on the surface of your pet’s ear. The condition is highly transmittable and can be passed from pet to pet, animal to animal, or human to animal. Ear mites don’t only live on the pet’s ear but they can also live on your pet’s body. Especially cats they tend to curl their tail near their face when sleeping and this can cause the mites to move to the tail.
One sign that you pet may have ear mites is by looking in the ear and noticing redness or irritation. Sometimes your animals will shake their heads or scratch at their ears. You may also see a built up of wax in the ear that looks like little black specs of dried up blood or feces. They may also be off balance or not want to hold their head upright or rub the head on carpeting or furniture.
We treat ear mites with our PetsBestRx Ear Wash Treatment and PetsBestRx Healing and Protection Spray. 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 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.
The PetsBestRx Healing and Protection Spray is made to clean out the debris from the ear and also to help heal any ear infections from bacteria that may have been caused by the mites. The PetsBestRx Ear Wash Treatment is used to kill the ear mites in the ear and dehydrate the ear mite eggs. The All Stop Pest Control Eco Dust can be used in your home for ear mites. This product can be used indoors and outdoors.
Our products are suggested to be used on puppies or kittens four weeks and older. Normally, you will not be able to tell that you are dealing with an ear mite infestation until after that period of time, so this should not pose as a problem.