Ear Mites

Mrs. Rodger’s Ear Mite Relief

My name is Demetria and I would like to share the experience I had with one of our customers. Mrs. Rodger’s is treating both her cat and dog for an ear mite infestation and have been for the past six months with vets medications which sadly did not work. Mrs. Rodger’s purchased our products and within a week of usage she has seen a noticeable change with her pet’s symptoms. They were constantly itching and scratching at their ears and face which caused open soars and they also had an awful smell coming out of the ears.

With all those symptoms, I suggested for Mrs. Rodger’s to purchase our Ear Mite Super Size Pack which includes a 8oz of the Mitactin spray to kill the mites in the ears and body if needed and it included a 8oz bottle of the Healing and Protection Spray for killing bacteria infection  and healing open soar. The pack also include a 32oz De-Stroy Eco Dust Powder, which can be used on the dog’s coat, the carpet and pets bedding to kill the mites. I also suggested the Disinfectant Spray for the areas she chose to get rid of the earmites daily such as the couch, chairs, upholstery and hard surfaces as a contact killer for the mites. I also suggest that Mrs Rodgers try our Mighty Vite’s to boost her pets immune system but she already had some of her own. I also suggested she separate the pets to avoid re-infestation and that she also disinfectant their bedding daily. After completing the order, I request a call back from Mrs. Rodgers five days after she began treatment for update. She also was advised that she could call before that if needed to.

Mrs Rodgers was so excited that she could not wait five days to call me. She called me within three days after she began the treatment to advised me of the improvement she noticed. Mrs Rodger’s advised me both Queen (cat) and King (dog) are doing much better the smell is gone from both of them and they are not scratching as much as before the use of the products. They are more active and are eating better and just look 100% better. She thanked me for my patience and knowledge about the products.

Helping customer like Mrs. Rodger’s and there extended family makes this profession most fulfilling. It makes me feel GREAT knowing that I made a difference.

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Ear Mites And The Effect They Can Have On Pets

Effects of Ear Mites

For many folks pets are loved the same way as their children and it can make them depressing when a pet is miserable. Any pet is most likely to be uncovered to ear mites at any time. Ticks and mites belong to the same subclass. The name of this common species is otodectes cynotis. This mite chooses to live within the ears of various animals. Transmission of these ear mites can happen just by animals walking by one another.

ear mitesA variety of animals are affected by ear mites like dogs, cats, guinea pigs and ferrets. It is also possible for people to be affected, although it is rare. Rabbits are affected by a larger mite.

A brown crusty material located in the ear of the animal is the first indicator ear mites are present. These mites will be seen as white specs living within the crusty material in the ear canal, as they do not burrow like other mites. This is the number one cause of ear infections in cats, and responsible for a great many in other animals as well.

Causes of Ear Mites

The mites can result in both yeast and bacterial infections. The ears of animals will become inflamed and red. It will be noticeable that the animal spends a lot of time scratching at the ear or both ears and shaking the head.

If the condition is not treated, infection can spread to other areas. The neck and tail are usually the first areas infected. The animal may develop a serious skin disease or skin infection. Deafness is also a possibility if treatment is let go for a long period of time.

For treatment of the ears, it is necessary to remove all of the debris initially. Medication should then be applied that contains an antiparasitic. If more than one pet lives in the home, a veterinarian should be asked to prescribe medication which will most likely be ivermectin for every pet. There is also a drug that can be used to treat cats called selamectin and it can last for up to a month.

Ear Mites that get into the hearing of rabbits are bigger than those in other animals. They are called psoroptes cuniculi. As a substitute of forming a materials that is crusty, they create a thick materials that is strong in the ear. It can ultimately unfold to the outside of the rabbit’s ear and to the face. The rabbit should event the same indications of head shaking and scratching when they possess these mites. It is needed to rid each the rabbit and their habitat of these mites by frequently cleansing the cage and healing the rabbit with ivermectin. Another remedy for the treatment of rabbits is to use olive oil in the ears once removing debris. Olive oil is employed to try to smother out the ear mites.

Best Ear Mites Remedy

Ear Mite Pack is used when you want to take the more aggressive approach when treating your pet’s skin ravaged by Ear Mites.

This Ear Mite Pack repairs skin, removes debris, and also prevents infections.

The Pets’BestRx Ear Wash Treatment is a colloid based nonionic and anionic surfactant that is completely non-toxic and safe with no side-effects or dryness. It safely works in 24 to 48 hours.

Our veterinary strength Pets’BestRx Healing & Protection Spray and wound disinfectant works quickly to repair infections. It provides protection and on-contact relief of dermal and bacterial infections and works great as a preventative and a sterile ear cleaner.


A Few Thoughts On Treating Ear Mites In Your Pet

Ear mites are a very common problem in most pet, and as such most owners will have to learn how to get rid of them at some point. The symptoms of these little critters will include scratching, shaking their heads, and a black or reddish-brown buildup of wax in the ear. There are number of things that can be done in order to get rid of this problem, so consider the following tips.

Of course, it is first important that you make sure a proper diagnosis of the problem is conducted. While you may be seeing the symptoms, these could be for a number of other reasons, and therefore you need to take your pet to the vet so that they can diagnose the condition properly.

Once this has been done then your vet will offer you plenty of advice on how you can progress with the treatment. They will certainly suggests that you apply some mineral oil onto the inner ear of the pet so that the buildup of wax is broken down and can then be removed. This will be the first step that you have to take.

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