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Mite Treatment For Dogs

It often starts in the ears

Is your dog scratching until he or she bleeds?

Do you notice lesions, patchy or crusty skin, rashes, and sores? It could be a sign that your four-legged-friend is suffering from dog mange

It arises from Sarcoptic mites on the skin's surface, Demodectic mites in hair follicles, or Cheyletiella mites, commonly known as walking dandruff. At times, you might notice your dog scratching intensely, potentially causing tears. We understand it can be challenging to witness your cherished companion experience this level of discomfort.

Before heading to the vet for potentially costly solutions, consider trying our all-natural mite treatment for dogs. It provides a gentle and effective alternative worth exploring. We have two products that we recommend to alleviate the issue. One is called Dog Mange Treatment. The other is called Ear Infection & Itch Relief. We recommend this combination of care because many times mites that cause mange start in the ears. You can get more information about each product and the condition below. 

Not sure if this is the right solution? Feel free to Chat With Us or give us or send an email to: info@bestlife4pets.com with any questions. We're ready to assist with making sure that your dog gets some wag back into that tail!

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CUSTOMER REVIEWS

My pet is showing a great  improvement  of her  coat since using  this product with  less scratching.  Love it!

Ann S.

Nayeli has no problem taking her meds and she does not have any issues with mange now!

Elizabeth A.

My dog is much happier with less scratches, it’s been fourteen days now since I started giving him the medicine, it’s working really well

Ronnie F.

Demodectic and Sarcoptic Mange (Scabies) Relief for Dogs BestLife4Pets

Dog Mange Treatment

  • Kills mites & scabies
  • Nourishes skin
  • Restores healthy coat of hair 
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Frequently Asked Questions

While you can treat mites at home, it's helpful to get a definitive diagnosis of the condition. But to treat dog mange at home we recommend isolating your dog from other pets. Then trying our Dog Mange Treatment in combination with our Ear Infection & Itch Relief to alleviate the issue. If your pet doesn't respond to our combination therapy after a few weeks of treatment, then you should follow-up with a veterinarian. Expect a solution that involves special baths, prescription medications, or injections.

There are several types of mites. The most common are called Demodectic mites. All dogs have these types of mites on their skin as they are transmitted by their mothers at birth. They're harmless when a dog's immune system isn't compromised. But you'll notice hair loss around the eyes and face if these types of mites are present and the dog has a weakened immune system. Sarcoptic mites (also known as scabies) are highly contagious to other dogs and humans. They’re caused by a parasitic mite that burrows just beneath the skin's surface. You'll notice that your dog is obsessively itching and chewing the affected area. This leads to large amounts of hair loss, usually on the legs and belly. Cheyletiellosis is an uncommon but highly contagious skin parasite. It affects dogs, cats, humans, and rabbits. These whitish mites are also known as walking dandruff because they crawl across the skin and fur. Excessive scaling accompanies the infection.

Sarcoptic mange (also known as scabies) is highly contagious to other dogs and humans. It's caused by a parasitic mite that burrows just beneath the skin's surface. You'll notice that your dog is obsessively itching and chewing the affected area. This leads to large amounts of hair loss, usually on the legs and belly.

Yes, there is medication available and your veterinarian may prescribe several of them to treat Sarcoptic mange. There are topical medications and dips available to resolve the issue. Plus, there are also oral treatments available. However, we suggest using our all-natural remedies as a first-line of defense. One is called Dog Mange Treatment. The other is called Ear Infection & Itch Relief. We recommend this combination of care because many times mites that cause mange start in the ears.

All pups have these demodectic mites on their skin because they’re transmitted by their mothers at birth. They're harmless when a dog's immune system isn't compromised. But when the dog has a weakened immune system, you'll notice hair loss around the eyes and face if this type of mange is causing an issue.

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