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There is no known shot to kill ear mites. Sometimes a penicillin shot will be given when dealing with an infection from ear mites.  However, shots can be very painful.

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If you are not sure if your pet’s ears smell bad, put your face close to the ear and inhale. If you smell and very septic or pungent smell like rotting flesh or sewage, this is a sign of an ear infection or staph infection of the ear.

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Our All Stop DE-Stroy Pest Control Eco Dust is a complete natural product. It is made of food grade diatomaceous earth. This is known to be a completely natural pesticide in the environment.

All of the other ear mite treatment products do contain natural ingredients but they are not all completely natural because they do contain fillers. All of the products are also completely safe and nontoxic. It is important to us that your pet gets better. We have designed a general ear mite regimen that will be placed in your package for treatment.

You want to start by using the PetsBestRx Healing and Protection Spray while your pet is restrained in a large towel to avoid squirming and scratching. Using this product will promote healing and also clean the debris and fecal matter out of the ear. Thirty minutes after the Healing and Protection Spray is applied you want to use the PetsBestRx Ear Wash Treatment. These products should not be used at the same time. They should also be applied with a Q-tip of Cotton Swab.

We offer two types of disinfectants for your home. These are our ready to use PuraCleenRx Disinfectant Spray and the concentrated Xtreme Cleen. They products can be used daily. Sometimes when your pet is dealing with ear mites they are also suffering from a lowered immune system. We do offer our PetsBestRx Mighty Vites to naturally boost your pet’s immune system.  This would help them to fight any infection that may be in the ear and also to heal quickly from ear mites.

Transmission of ear mites

One landmark of ear mite infestation is an abundant dark brown or black, waxy discharge. Ear mites are the parasites that feed off an animal’s blood supply and are easily passed between those living in close quarters. Ear mites if left untreated, multiply, and feed on the blood and tissue. Not only it cause pain and make the ear scratch and bleed, but in the long run it can cause permanent damage such as hearing loss, due to bacterial infections.

Ear mites are very contagious and can be spread between cats and cats or dogs. Mites live outside of the body so transmission may occur if the mites are on cat’s legs or feet and then become transmitted to ear while the animal being curled up during sleeping. Due to contagious nature of ear mites, households with multiple pets should consider each cat or dog in a home even if a single one is infected. Washing your cat’s ear with vet approved products can prevent infestations and infections.



Our ear mite products can work for ear mite prevention depending on how often they are used. The PetsBestRx Mitactin Spray or Ear Wash Treatment and the PetsBestRx Healing and Protection Spray can both be used on your pet even if they do not have ear mites.

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It is safe to use the ear mite treatment in your pet’s ears. You should however use caution when administering products on your pets. It is not suggested to spray the product directly in the ear.

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Ear mites can be transferred to your carpeting but to live they must be on a host. They can only live for a short period of time off of your pet’s body.

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Ear mites will not bite your family. Ear mites are tiny microorganisms that resemble tiny ticks. Some signs your pet may have ear mites are scratching of the ears, whining, shaking of the head and dark debris in the ear.

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