Mange

Can humans and pets use the same mange products?

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…

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will my dog or cat’s fur ever grow back after treating for mange?

If the mange condition is treated properly, the skin will begin to repair itself and your pet’s fur will grow back.In extreme cases of mange mites it is possible some areas of your pet’s skin may take longer than others to heal and begin hair growth once again. Some mange cases will not grow hair back because the mange…

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How long will it be until my pet’s skin is healed from mange?

The desired results will depend on the severity of the mange symptoms. However, most customers report seeing noticeable improvement within 48 hours of their first mange treatment application. If you do not see a noticeable improvement within the first 48 hours you must contact a customer service representative in order for us to customize a…

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How is the Mitactin Spray used for mange?

The PetsBestRx Mitactin Spray should be lightly sprayed on the areas where mange mites are present on the skin. Rub the spray into the skin for about five to ten seconds. No rinsing is required. You need to alternate using the PetsBestRx Mitactin Spray and the PetsBestRx Sulfinex Cream each day for a successful mange…

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How is mange contracted?

Animals become infested with sarcoptic mange by direct contact with another infested animal. Demodectic mange is passed from the mother to the litter. These are the only two ways for animals to contract mange mites.Mange can be contracted by different things depending on what type of mange your pet is fighting.

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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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