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As you’ll probably learn by now, demodectic mange doesn’t discriminate between puppies and adult dogs. At all ages, the unmistakable signs of hair loss and reddish skin are almost always indicators of the skin problem. It’s normal for anyone unfamiliar with mange to panic at the sight; after all, nobody wants to see their furkids … Read more

Ivermectin Alternatives for Demodectic Mange

April 12th, 2012 | Posted by stong in Demodectic Mange - (Comments Off)

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: – … Read more

Mitaban for Demodectic Mange: Friend or Foe?

January 2nd, 2012 | Posted by stong in - (0 Comments)

On paper, Mitaban seems like the best weapon any dog owner can have against mange, especially the demodectic variety; you pour a liquid all over an affected dog’s body and it promptly kills all the mites responsible for the skin problem. Do this a couple of times and the bugs will be gone and your … Read more

Overview One of the most common ways to treat demodectic mange in dogs is to seek the advice of a veterinarian. As an animal doctor, the vet is relied upon and trusted to deliver an effective solution within minutes of consulting his patient. There are currently three different types of treatment recommended by vets for … Read more

Demodectic Mange Treatments: A Basic Overview

November 7th, 2011 | Posted by stong in - (0 Comments)

This article contains a brief introduction of the various treatment options available for curing demodectic mange in dogs. If you you’re looking to learn more about demodectic mange in general, or the symptoms usually associated with the skin disease, then I highly suggest reading the articles concerning those first before diving into the topic of … Read more