Posts Tagged ‘dog ear mites’

Can my cat give my dog ear mites?

Yes, ear mites can be transferred from a cat to a dog or from a dog to a cat, especially if they are sleeping in the same areas of your home.  When dealing with an ear mite infestation it is suggested to quarantine your pet. Ear mites can be transferred to objects in your environment…

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Can I apply the ear mite treatment to my pets if I am pregnant?

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…

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Can your ear mite treatment be used on other animals?

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…

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How Do I Buy Pet Ear Mite Products?

You can browse the available treatments for ear mites by going here. There are several ear mite products on the market; however there are only a few that have be studied and tested to work.  We suggest you use something that is natural and non toxic.  You have choices and we have described them below. …

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Do ear mites lay eggs?

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.

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How do your products work to kill the ear mite eggs?

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…

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About Ear Mites

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?

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