Posts Tagged ‘puppy mange’
You can stop treating for mange once you notice the recovery signs. Some of these are gained appetite, hair re-growth, more active and the skin starts to look normal. Please call a customer service specialist at 337-937-8800 if you are not sure that your pet is getting better.
Yes. All areas of your pet’s living environment need to be treated. We offer a ready to use disinfectant spray to kill and suffocate any mange mites that may be in your pet’s environment temporarily living off of the animal.We also offer a hospital grade cleaner called PuraCleenRx X-treme Cleen that when diluted will eliminate mange mites living in the environment. All bedding and kennel areas must be treated in order to ensure protection from re-infestation. For house pets, carpets and furniture should be treated as well. Read the rest of this entry »
If there is a septic smell present, this is a sign of a secondary infection or staph infection. A main symptom of mange is intense itching. If your pet breaks the skin, this can cause an infection to set in. You must treat a secondary staph infection before you can treat for mange mites on your pet.
It is not required you shave your pet. It is easier to apply the PetsBestRx mange mite products if the hair is cut short. This will aid in the appliction of the products and to make sure they are fully absorbed into the skin.
No. Mange mites cannot live on humans. They must feed off of the blood of an animal. However, mange mites can temporarily reside on the body of a human long enough to bite you or your children. The bites will cause irritation and possibly secondary infection. Read the rest of this entry »
Mange mites can bite a human and cause irritation which can lead to secondary infection if scratched to the point of sores. It is crucial any environment the animal and your family share be treated to avoid mange mite contact with your family. Read the rest of this entry »