Posts Tagged ‘how to treat mange’

Can humans and pets use the same mange products?

All of our products are completely safe and nontoxic. We do have two different treatments for ringworm on humans and ringworm on pets. Our company has two different brands of products. The All Stop brand is specifically formulated for humans and the PetsBestRx brand is specifically formulated for pets. The All Stop Medicated Skin Cream…

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Can mange give my pet a staph infection?

Yes. Your pet can contract staph infection along with mange mites due to secondary infection caused by excessive scratching. It is important to keep all wounds clean and disinfected in order to prevent Staph infection from setting in when dealing with mange mite infestations.

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Are skin scraping effective in testing for mange?

Yes. The only successful test for mange mites proven effective is a skin scraping. Your veterinarian can perform this simple mange test for you. This mite test consists of the top layers of skin being scrapped from the animal’s body and examined under a microscope for the presence of mange mites in the skin. Although this dog…

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Can mange mites live in my carpet?

Yes, but only up to 10 days. Mange mites can be temporarily living in your carpet and furniture. Mange mites can live up to 10 days off of a host. After that they must find a host or they will die.

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Do cats always itch with mange?

A symptom of mange can be intense itching. Every cat is different; some may itch more than other. Also the amount of mites on the skin can increase the itching associated with the feline scabies. Some cats can have mange mites present on the skin and no show any signs of mange. Another symptom of…

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What is walking dandruff?

Walking dandruff is a term used for cheyletiella mange which resembles a bad case of dandruff. These mange mites burrow just under the surface of the skin creating what appears to be dandruff. They live in the keratin level (top layer) of the skin.

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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 FDA approved?

Our PetsBestRx Mange Products are produced in our FDA approved labs and are completely FDA compliant. Our environmental products are not required to be registered with the EPA because our products are exempt under FIFRA Section 25-B.

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Why is your treatment a mange cure?

Our PetsBestRx treatment for mange mites is highly successful. It has the ability to kill mites and eggs while at the same time rejuvenating your pet’s skin and helping potential hair growth.

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