Ringworm does not live inside your pet’s body. Ringworm is a fungus spores that lives on your pet’s skin and or fur. The fungus spore burrows into the skin and cause the red raised ring. Some symptoms of pet ringworm are raised red ring on the skin, hair loss and itching. Sometimes ringworm only shows…

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Pet ringworm will not go away if left untreated. If you do not treat the ringworm to kill the spores it will continue to spread on the body. Ringworm can be transferred from animal to animal or from animal to human.

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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. Ringworm is highly contagious and the spores will be left all over the home while your pet…

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Ringworm can show almost any place on your pet, where the fungus spores have burrowed under the skin. The most common spots for ringworm on pets is the ears, face, tail and paws. Ringworm is highly contagious and can spread very rapidly.

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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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