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Eliminate Ringworm Sores in 3 days!
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Cat Ringworm Treatment

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Cat Ringworm Treatment Demolishes Pet Ringworm ON CONTACT & Stops it from Spreading DEAD IN ITS TRACKS!

Is the family feline suffering from ringworm infection? Does your beloved cat scratch relentlessly leaving raw open sores? Are you suffering along with your cat and feeling helpless because you’ve tried another Cat Ringworm Treatment that just didn’t work? Do you fear the family pet is losing too much of its coat? If the condition gets any worse it might not grow back! Have you spent a ton of money on Vet bills on another Cat Ringworm Treatment and medication that has not helped? Family members and other household pets are also at risk. View All products for cat ringworm treatment now!

Cat Ringworm is a condition that can’t be ignored. You risk contaminating the entire home if the condition is left untreated!

With the right Cat Ringworm Treatment, Ringworm is an easily controllable condition. Internationally trusted Pet Care leader Pets’BestRx™ has solutions to help you stop ringworm in its tracks. We know you’re worried about your pets and family. You should be! Ringworm is highly contagious! When you have ringworm infected pets, the kids and family will most likely become infected with ringworm fungus too! Why? It’s very simple. Ringworm spores lodge in pet fur and are dispersed through the home as pets roam around. We can help you solve the ringworm problem with a Cat Ringworm Treatment that works.

 

We understand the urgency of the situation and how much you want things to get back to normal. Our trained Healthcare Advisors have helped thousands of cat owners just like you treat ringworm infection problems. We can ship a Cat Ringworm Treatment that really works and have it in your hands as early asTomorrow.

Our Non-Toxic Veterinarian Strength Cat Ringworm Treatment is trusted by shelters and Veterinarians. It is effective and powerful, yet gentle and safe for kittens and small pets. The Cat Ringworm Treatment formula is designed to attack the ringworm infection without harming the nervous system, blood stream or immune system. Additionally, Pets’BestRx™ Cat Ringworm treatment not only treats the ringworm sores, it also offers a safe solution to treat the home, bedding, carpets, hard floors, blankets, etc.

What Pets’BestRx™ Cat Ringworm Treatment Can Do For Your Cat:

  • Provide Immediate Itch Relief
  • Quickly Stops Ringworm Sores from Spreading
  • Demolishes Ringworm Spores in the Environment
  • Shields against infection spreading to other places
  • Cat will look and feel Happier
  • Cat will begin playing, running & jumping as though Ringworm never happened
  • Cat Will experience a COMPLETE recovery in 3 days

What Pets’BestRx™ Cat Ringworm Treatment Can Do For You:

  • Stops the Stress and Worrying
  • Allows you to get on with life without Ringworm Problems in the Home
  • You’ll feel Better because your pet feels Better
  • The Cat Ringworm Treatment Choice is Yours

Pets’BestRx™ offers a safe and effective solution that works the first time.
It’s guaranteed to work for pets or you get your money back
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About Ringworm

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The sore/rash begins to change its appearance. The center loses the red color and a ring begins to develop with the outer edges slightly raised. In severe cases, multiple rashes and rings may develop that can overlap.

If your feline friend continues to get new sores while you are treating the old sores, this means that the pet is getting re-infected by stray ringworm spores. It is not a fun job to rid the home of ringworm spores. It takes a lot of work and time; especially if you have more than one cat or other pets.

Remember that one cat can be the carrier of ringworm spores and never show any signs of the ringworm infection. If it never touches the skin, the pet will never get infected but can still spread ringworm to other pets and people. That is why all pets in the home should be treated at the same time.

Unless you treat pets AND its environment for Ringworm, You Will NEVER Completely Get Rid of It!

How It Works

Pets’BestRx™ Cat Ringworm Treatment PENETRATES DEEP and it destroys feline ringworm ON CONTACT. That’s why the itch goes away almost instantly. Let us show you how the Cat Ringworm Treatment actually works! It’s really remarkable and very simple to apply.

WARNING

There is a Difference Between

White & Yellow Sulfur!

Ours                              Theirs

White and Yellow Sulfur Comparison for mange medicine
Methyl Sulfonyl Methane (White) Sulfur         Lime (Yellow) Sulfur

We urge you to learn more & inquire before you buy!

Pets’BestRx™ Cat Ringworm Treatment Uses ONLY White Sulfur (MSM)

Products containing both types of sulfur have been proven to be highly successful when treating ringworm, mange, hotspots, sores, ear mites and other common skin problems. However, the differences between the two types are very important to know when choosing products.

The first type of Cat Ringworm Treatment is made of Methyl Sulfonyl Methane (or White sulfur). It is safe, NON-TOXIC and easy to apply. You can simply rub it into the pet’s skin with your fingers without the fear of it staining the pet’s coat or clothing/ furniture. It even works wonders for dry skin. Pets’BestRx™ Products use only MSM (White sulfur).
The second type of Cat Ringworm Treatment is made of Lime (Yellow) sulfur. Unlike White sulfur (a.k.a. MSM), Lime sulfur requires the use of protective rubber gloves when applying the product and must be used in a well ventilated area. Undiluted or large quantities of lime sulfur is corrosive to the skin and may cause serious injury. These Cat Ringworm Treatment products are not suitable for use on cats or small animals under 12 weeks of age. It may also stain the pet’s coat, clothing and furniture and especially jewelry. Its use is better suited for barnyard animals and outdoor pets.
Remember: An Informed Customer is the Best Kind of Customer!

 

The Cat Ringworm Treatment Proof

Our primary goal is to provide you with the most effective Cat Ringworm Treatment formula against Ringworm, while keeping the formula safe and Non-Toxic. Needless to say, we are very pleased with our results:

Results show a 97% success rate when treating Cats & smaller animals such as hamsters, rabbits, etc. in 3-5 days!
Results show a 97.7% success rate when treating small Dogs in 48 hours.
Results show a 98.2% success rate when treating Dogs & other large animals in 48 hours.
You’re not alone when it comes to dealing with Cat Ringworm Treatment. There are countless people, just like you who would do just about anything for their pets. In fact, here is a group whose members sole purpose is to share how much they love their pets. We understand how much you love your cat, and how heartbreaking it is to watch them suffer with such a horrible condition. This is why they deserve the very best in Pet Ringworm Treatments available today.

Compare Cat Ringworm Treatment

Many of our competitors use Tea Tree Oil in their Cat Ringworm Treatment products to treat for ringworm. Did you know that Tea Tree Oil is Toxic to cats?
Veterinarians and Humane Shelters trust Pets’BestRx™ and use our Cat Ringworm Treatment products on their pets. Pets’BestRx™ is non-toxic and SAFE!
Most Sulfur based products are made with HARSH Lime (yellow) sulfur that STINKS and STAINS. You can only use those products every 3 days because it will stain the cat’s coat. Pets’BestRx™ Cat Ringworm Treatment uses REFINED MSM (White Sulfur). You can use it everyday for quicker results and its non staining!
Pets’BestRx™ Cat Ringworm Treatment treats the feline ringworm sores on your cat AND the spores in the cat’s environment to prevent reinfection.


Common Pet Medications

There are lots of veterinary and pet medication websites to be found on the Internet nowadays, and all claim to be the foremost authority and source for your pet’s needs. Buying medication for your pet is okay, as long as you know exactly what you’re buying and the proper amounts to administer to your pet. Thus, the professional advice of a registered veterinarian is invaluable. The information to be found in this article does not intend to replace the care of a professional; its purpose is to be used as an educational guide to your pet’s medications only.

Adequan
In treating arthritis, injections are given twice a week for 4 weeks for a maximum of eight injections. Injections are given intramuscularly. Dogs, cats, and horses are the usual patients.

Buspirone Hydrochloride
In veterinary medicine, buspirone has been especially helpful in the treatment of phobias (such as fear of thunder, people in uniform, etc.) and in the treatment of urine marking in cats.

Carprofen
Carprofen is a member of the class of drugs known as NSAIDs (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs), the same class as such common over-the-counter remedies as Advil (ibuprofen), Orudis (ketoprofen), and aspirin. The chief use for such drugs in the dog has been pain relief, usually joint pain or post-surgical pain relief.

Cephalexin
Cephalexin is a good broad spectrum antibiotic, which means it is useful in most common and uncomplicated infections.

Chlorpheniramine Maleate
It’s an antihistamine and it’s used for acute inflammatory and allergic conditions such as snake bites, vaccination reactions, blood transfusion reactions, bee stings and insect bites, and to manage itchy skin.

Clemastine fumarate
Clemastine fumarate is one of the more effective antihistamines albeit relatively expensive. Its efficacy makes it a common first choice for itchy skin. It has found to be helpful in 30% of itchy dogs and 50% of itchy cats.

Diazepam
There are many uses for this medication since it is effective as an anti-anxiety medication, a muscle relaxant, an appetite stimulant, and a seizure control drug.

Diphenhydramine
Most obviously, diphenhydramine is an antihistamine and it’s used for acute inflammatory and allergic conditions such as snake bites, vaccination reactions, blood transfusion reactions, bee stings and insect bites.

Enrofloxacin
This medication may be used in either dogs or cats to combat different types of infections, especially those involving Pseudomonas.

Fenbendazole
In dogs, it is useful against roundworms, hookworms, and the more difficult to treat whipworms.

Griseofulvin
This medication is used to treat ringworm, a fungal infection of the skin involving fungi.

Meclizine hydrochloride
An excellent product for people that can also be used for car-sick pets, meclizine hydrochloride is generally used for nausea relief due to motion sickness.

Metoclopramide
Motility disorders are common and may be chronic or of sudden onset. When motility is reduced in the stomach, food pools there and creates a sensation of nausea and bloating.

Orbifloxacin
Orbifloxacin may be used in dogs and cats to combat different types of infections, especially those involving Pseudomonas. This medication is also active against Staphylococci, and thus is commonly used for skin infections.

Phenobarbital
In dogs and cats, phenobarbital is probably the first choice for seizure suppression. It is effective, safe if used responsibly, and is one of the least expensive medications in all of veterinary practice.

Phenylpropanolamine
Phenylpropanolaminecan be used to help control appetite or as a decongestant, but in veterinary medicine it is used almost exclusively for the control of urinary incontinance in the female dog.

Pyrantel pamoate is effective against numerous parasitic worms, such as roundworms, hookworms, and stomach worms. When a new puppy or kitten is adopted and has been said to have been dewormed, the chances are it is this product that was used.

Ranitidine
Ranitidine is useful in any situation where stomach irritation is an issue and ulceration is a concern.

Terbinafine
Terbinafine has activity against other types of fungi but at this time it is mostly used against ringworm.

Trimethoprim Sulfa
Trimethoprim sulfa is known by many names as it’s a commonly used antibiotic in both human and veterinary medicine. It’s become a popular choice thanks to its broad spectrum and inexpensive cost.

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Pet Ringworm May Require Coat Clipping

Pet Ringworm

Coat Clipping Used for Pet Ringworm

We hope you don’t have this pet ringworm problem with your pet anymore; however, if you do, we wanted to be able to offer some help if people in your house hold have a suppressed immune system.  The last thing they need is to be infected with the pet ringworm fungus.

Pet Ringworm Medication

Clipping of the pet’s entire coat may be necessary. This removes the infected hairs and minimizes continued shedding of hair fragments and spores into the environment. It makes topical medication administration easier and allows for more thorough penetration of the topical antifungal agent.

Pet Ringworm Infection

Pets that live with immune-compromised people should be clipped so the infection can be eradicated as soon as possible.

We hope you don’t have this pet ringworm problem with your pet anymore; however, if you do, we wanted to be able to offer some help if people in your house hold have a suppressed immune system.  The last thing they need is to be infected with the pet ringworm fungus.

Yours Truly,

Joseph Marquardt
President, Q-Based Healthcare TM
The Makers of PetsBestRx TM Products
Info@qbased.com
Toll Free 1.866.314.8917

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