What Are the Treatments for Demodex Mange on Dogs? - Pets
Puppies recover quickly from mange, but adult dogs often require longer treatment to control the disease.
This one gallon jug of prolate is enough topical insecticide to make 128 gallons of topical insecticide dip or spray with the exact same effectiveness as the Paramite or Mitaban that a Vet will prescribe at a tremendous cost savings. The Vets are currently prescribing Mitaban (oral medication) at the cost of $22.25 or more for a lousy 10.6 ml vial; often times, one oral treatment is not enough to work 100% effectively. If you only have 2 or 3 Beagles, you can buy the Prolate in a 1 quart (1 qt.) size for $18.31 (accurate price as of 04/27/2008) and that would make you 32 gallons of the mix. The Prolate dip/spray works wonders on sarcoptic mites, ear mites, lice, and even ticks. The mix will be a milky white color and it will smell like common household bug sprays such as Black Flag or Raid. Make sure you always stir dips and shake sprays to get a good mixture before each use. When dipping a dog, dip the entire body from the tail up to the base of the ears and then use a rag that is saturated in the solution to rub the face around eyes and mouth. If you are using a sprayer, make sure to saturate all hair loss areas and all healthy hair/skin for several inches around the hair loss areas and then spray regularly all over the rest of the body. No matter how you treat your Beagle(s) for sarcoptic mange mites, the main thing is to do the treatment and follow ups correctly and in a timely manner. If done correctly and in a timely manner, you will definitely see the mange spots healing up with hair growing back into the hair loss areas. At this point you can discontinue the treatments and only start them again if you see another episode of mange developing. The Prolate dip/spray treatments are only designed to kill the mites and thus stop the hair loss and bacterial skin infections. The dog will look healthy and feel much better with no hair loss, skin infections, or itching. REMEMBER, sarcoptic mange mites are an environmental problem and these parasites are both very easy to catch from the environment or from any kind of warm-blooded, mammals, but they are also very easy to exterminate from your dog(s) and/or kennel.
Ted's treatment worked brilliantly on my 1 year old border collie. She had infection around her eyes (goggles), lip fold, and on her nose. She had been back and forth to the vet's for 11 months, receiving a range of different BS diagnoses (none of which included mange) and a range of useless treatments including antibiotics, antihistamines, and several cortisone products. After all this my dog's infection was actually getting worse. I was fed up and went to Earth Clinic and discovered Ted's remedy. I did it exactly as prescribed - doing the baths in hydrogen peroxide + Borax solution twice per week. After 3 weeks the mange infection was completely gone. Plus my dog had about 50% more energy than she did before. This treatment is excellent, and costs almost nothing.
What Are the Treatments for Demodex Mange on Dogs
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