Posts Tagged ‘Treatment for mange’

What is a Lyme dip for mange?

A lyme dip is a method of treatment used on animals with mange mites. It is highly toxic and is not guaranteed. If the lyme dip enters the blood stream through wounds or lesions it could result in respiratory failure, cancer, and even death.

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Will mange go away without treatment?

No. Mange mites will not die if left untreated. In fact, results will be just the opposite. Mange will only worsen if left untreated. If you do not treat your pet and their environment you will continue to see extreme hair loss, infection and inflammation. The only way to get rid of mange is a…

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What traditional mange treatments could be toxic?

Ivermectin, Mitaban and Lyme Dips for the treatment of mange mites can all be extremely detrimental to your pet’s health. All of these prescription mange mite medications for mange contain harmful toxins. Once these harmful toxins enter your pet’s system they can cause respiratory failure, cancer or even death in some cases.

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How will your Mighty Vites help my pet with mange?

Our PetsBestRx Mighty Vites work to boost your pet’s immune system. In cases of demodectic mange the immune system is lowered making mange symptoms appear on the body. This product would help the immune system and also assist with creating a shiny beautiful coat.

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Why is the Mitaban dip not effective?

The Mitaban dips for mange mites use an active ingredient called Amitraz. The mechanism of action for Amitraz is currently unknown, but the most current data suggests it attacks the central nervous system of the animal. Mitaban treatments last 2 to 3 months with dips every two weeks.

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What is a miticide?

A miticide is a pesticidal medicine for mange mites that can be harmful to your pet’s health. If a miticide enters your pet’s body through the blood stream via an open wound or lesion it can result in respiratory failure, cancer or even death. Our PetsBestRx mange treatment does not contain any miticides.

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What treatment for mange do I need if my pet smells bad?

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…

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