Posts Tagged ‘ringworm in cats’

Does ringworm live inside my pet’s body?

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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What are symptoms of animal ringworm?

There are several different symptoms of ringworm that your pet can experience. Some of these are patches of skin, hair loss, scaliness, redness, raised edges, itching. Some common spots for ringworm are on the ears or face or around the tail of your pet.

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How does ringworm in cats spread?

Ringworm in cats can spread in a few different ways. Some cats are a carrier of ringworm and they never show physical symptoms of itching or hair loss. Other pets or people can still catch ringworm from this pet even if the pet does not show the ringworm spots on the skin.

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Can animals catch ringworm from the groomers?

Yes animals can catch ringworm from the groomers. This can happen if the tools and equipment used by the groomer are not properly sanitized. If they have just finished grooming a pet that was infected with the ringworm, your pet can get the ringworm spores on them.

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Is ringworm a worm on my pet?

No, ringworm is not a real worm on your pet. Ringworm is a type of fungus that can be transmitted by person to person contact or from a pet to its owner. You can even get ringworm from the soil or by coming into contact with an object in the environment that has ringworm spores…

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Does your pet ringworm cream really work?

Our PetsBestRx pet ringworm cream is proven 98.5% successful through trails and studies. The pet ringworm treatments can be used on either cats or dogs. The ringworm products for cats are slightly different than the treatment products for dogs.

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