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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 should not be used on pets because it does contain tea tree oil. This can be fatal if used on cats. We have a scabies regimen that is specifically formulated for people and a mange one that is for pets. They are different regimens. Both our people and our pet products are proven 98.5% successful through trial and studies.

For scabies on people, we offer our All Stop Mitactin Spray and Mitactin Salve. One is to be used in the morning and one at night. The salve should only be used on pin pricking areas.

For pets we offer the PetsBestRx Pet Wash, Sulfinex Cream and Mitactin Spray. If you pet has a septic smell you must use the PetsBestRx Pet Wash to treat the secondary infection. For the other products you would alternate days for treatment. For instance, one day dream the next day spray. If you follow the regimen as directed it is very successful. Our PuraCleenRx Disinfectant Spray can sanitize your environment when dealing with scabies or mange.

Ringworm on pets most often looks like a raised round circular patch of skin. This is where ringworm received its name. Your pet may have ringworm without the “ring” shape.

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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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Your whole household including other pets can be at risk for catching ringworm. Ringworm is highly contagious and can be spread from pet to pet to pet to human. You want to make sure that you are treating everyone in the home.

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Your pet does not always catch ringworm from spores in your environment. Ringworm on pets is highly contagious. If you have ringworm spores in your home, you and your pet can catch ringworm from coming in contact with those items.

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There are several different symptoms of ringworm that your pet can experience. Some of these are patches of skin, hair loss, scaliness, redness, raised edges, itching. Some common spots for ringworm are on the ears or face or around the tail of your pet.

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There are some known home remedies for pet ringworm however most of them have been proven ineffective. One home remedy for pet ringworm is tea tree oil. Tea Tree Oil cannot be used on cats.

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Our active ingredients for ringworm products are mostly natural ingredients. Over the counter ingredients are usually not made with the same tinea formulas that our products are at Q-Based Healthcare. For pet ringworm treatment we sell our PetsBestRx Pet Wash. Read the rest of this entry »

It is actually not vinegar that you put in food or that you eat that helps with ringworm. It is apple cider vinegar people use as a pet ringworm home remedy. This home remedy is suggested for mostly people and dogs with ringworm and not cats.

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Yes, pet ringworm can spread if scratched. You can spread the spores on the nails. Our PetsBestRx pet ringworm products can help to stop the spreading of ringworm on your cat. All of our products are completely safe and non-toxic.

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