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Ivermectin Alternatives for Demodectic Mange

April 12th, 2012 | Posted by stong in Demodectic Mange

Ivermectin is the most common type of treatment for demodectic mange. It’s not hard to understand why – It’s easy to administer and it’s both safe and effective for most cases.

Should you wish to use something else other than Ivermectin however, there are two other pharmaceutical options that you can take.

They are:

- Mitaban baths

- Interceptor

Each of them have their own pros and cons, but it’s fair to say that people have experienced some measure of success with them.

Apart from chemical-based drugs, there are also other acceptable types of treatment, such as:

- Neem Oil

- Tea Tree Oil

- Benzoyl Peroxide Shampoo

It’s worth learning more about the different methods at your disposal in order to get the best type of treatment for your dog.

Related posts:

  1. Demodectic Mange Treatments Overview: Vet Approved Medicines
  2. Using Ivermectin for Demodectic Mange, Explained
  3. Demodectic Mange Treatments: A Basic Overview
  4. Mitaban for Demodectic Mange: Friend or Foe?
  5. Demodectic Mange: 4 Questions You Need To Ask

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