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Pet ringworm will not go away if left untreated. If you do not treat the ringworm to kill the spores it will continue to spread on the body. Ringworm can be transferred from animal to animal or from animal to human.

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Ringworm can show almost any place on your pet, where the fungus spores have burrowed under the skin. The most common spots for ringworm on pets is the ears, face, tail and paws. Ringworm is highly contagious and can spread very rapidly.

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A ringworm infestation normally takes about seven to fourteen days to show on the skin. Your cat may be a carrier for quite a while before they actually show ringworm symptoms. When dealing with ringworm the fungus spores burrow under the skin and this creates a red raised ring on the surface of the skin.

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In normal cases of ringworm, your pet is no longer contagious after 48 hours of our PetsBestRx ringworm treatment. Our treatment is made to attack the ringworm and stop the spreading.

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Research show that fungus spores can live in your environment for about two years without a host. The live and strive in moist damp climates. Sunlight and disinfectants will kill ringworm spores. Read the rest of this entry »

The products we used in the treatment of pet ringworm differ depending on if you are treating a cat or a dog. If you are treating a dog with ringworm you would use our PetsBestRx Sulfinex Cream, PetsBestRx Healing Gel and the PetsBestRx Pet Wash.

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Our company has completed several trials and case studies on ringworm in pets. We have also served over 250,000 pet ringworm customers at this time and are growing by the minute.

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