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Sometimes your pet can get sick from ringworm which depends on the severity of the ringworm infection. Having ringworm can cause your pet’s immune system to become impaired. This will make them more susceptible to getting some sort of staph infection.

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Our ringworm products for pets are not made with yellow sulfur. They are actually made with white sulfur MSM which is a completely different product with different properties. When we established our ringworm products we realized that cats and dogs were being treated with yellow sulfur for pet ringworm.

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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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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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Your pet does not have to be dirty to catch ringworm. They can be indoor or outdoor pets and still catch ringworm fungus spores. Ringworm is spread by contact with the ringworm spore in the environment or by touching and infected pet.

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We have a treatment for ringworm in dogs, cats and other animals. The PetsBestRx ringworm treatment is quite quick. You should start to see results in the first 24 to 48 hours.

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The PetsBestRx Pet Ringworm treatment regimen does have to be repeated on a daily basis. The products that you would use for pet ringworm depend on if you are treating a dog or cat with ringworm sores.

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Some treatments used by veterinarians work and some do not. It is a luck of the draw. The most common reason that pet ringworm vet treatments do not work is because the owners are not treating the environment.

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Yes, ringworm on cats it certainly contagious. Ringworm can be transmitted by person to person contact or from a pet to its owner. It is very important that you treat your cat for ringworm because it will not go away without treatment.

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Ringworm is most commonly found in cats. It is actually the most common skin ailment that cats catch. Ringworms can also be found on dogs or humans and can be passed back and forth throughout.

Ringworm is highly contagious. Vet treatments for cat ringworm are usually an oral medication that contains a little bit of yellow sulfur and other ingredients. Depending on the dosage of the treatment it can be very harmful to your pet and cause harmful side effects. The oral medication usually stinks very badly and may cause your pet to gag or vomit. This oral treatment also usually takes about a month before you can tell if it is working on your pet or not.

If you are treating a cat with ringworm you would use our PetsBestRx Sulfinex Cream and our PetsBestRx Healing and Protection Spray. These are safe and nontoxic topical creams and sprays. When you are using the PetsBestRx ringworm treatment, your pet should show signs of improvement within the first 24 to 48 hours. For normal cases of pet ringworm your cat should be almost completely better within the first two weeks. Depending on the severity of the ringworm on your pet the treatment can take longer. Also the longer your pet has had ringworm the more embedded the spores are in the skin and the longer the treatment will take to get the spores out of the skin. But with your normal cases it should be completely after the first two weeks of treatment for ringworm.





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