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The PetsBestRx Healing Gel is suggested for use on dogs and larger animals. It is not to be used on cats or more delicate animals. In your ringworm treatment for dogs you need to alternate using the PetsBestRx Healing Gel and the PetsBestRx Sulfinex Cream.

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Our animal ringworm products depending on if you are treating a cat or a dog will help treat for other fungus ailments because they are all anti-fungal products. Our company does offer products that can treat over 116 strands of ringworm.

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Yes animals can catch ringworm from the groomers. This can happen if the tools and equipment used by the groomer are not properly sanitized. If they have just finished grooming a pet that was infected with the ringworm, your pet can get the ringworm spores on them.

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Regular dog shampoos do not work for ringworm because they are not anti-fungal. If you do find an anti-fungal dog shampoo, please make sure it is safe for use on your pet.

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Yes, depending on the age of the dog and which product you are using. The PetsBest RX Pet Wash can be used by diluting it in half product to half water, then apply on puppy once or twice a week.

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You can use our PetsBestRx Medicated Pet Wash to help ringworm from spreading. This product is only to be used on dogs or larger animals. It is not suggested to be used on cats with ringworm.

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There are quite a few home remedies for pet ringworm. Most of which are proven unsuccessful. Some of these are tea tree oil, wasabi paste, clear nail polish, cap 50, selsum blue and even walnut hulls.

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Most of our pet ringworm products are used to treat both dogs and cats. However, some of them cannot be used on a cat. For instance our PetsBestRx Pet Wash and our PetsBestRx Healing Gel should not be used on a cat because they are formulated specifically for dogs.

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Ringworm is spread by contact with infected animals or by touch objects that have been contaminated with ringworm spores. It takes about 10 to 14 days after contact to mature enough on the skin for you to be able to see it. Some common items that contain spores are bedding, brushes, grooming tools, saddles, furniture and rugs.

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You can get your pet ringworm products overnight. We offer several different shipping options here at Q-Based Healthcare. One shipping method is the United States Postal Service Priority Mail. This is usually about a three to five day delivery time for domestic US.

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