Sarcoptic Mange

Sarcoptic Mange and using ECTO-SOOTH 3X?

Using Sarcoptic Mange

dog mange - sarcoptic mangeI took my dog to the vet and they told me to use ECTO-SOOTH 3X for his Sarcoptic Mange. I did some research. I can’t find information on this product being used for mange. I have some left over dip from a dog I had 10 years ago which I know for a fact works.
Has one ever heard of someone using ECTO-SOOTH 3X for mange?

Give it a go if that’s what the vet said. I haven’t heard of it before either.
If it doesn’t work, use the dip.

What is Sarcoptic Mange?

Sarcoptic mange is the name for the skin disease caused by infection with the Sarcoptes scabei mite. Mites are not insects; instead they are more closely related to spiders. They are microscopic and cannot be seen with the naked eye.

Adult Sarcoptes scabei mites live 3-4 weeks in the host’s skin. After mating, the female burrows into the skin depositing 3-4 eggs in the tunnel behind her. The eggs hatch in 3-10 days producing a larvae which, in turn, move about on the skin surface eventually molting into a “nymphal” stage and finally into an adult. The adults move on the surface of the skin where they mate and the cycle begins again with the female burrowing and laying eggs.

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Demodectic Mange and Sarcoptic Mange in Dogs

Demodectic Mange and Sarcoptic Mange in Dogs

petdoctorblog.com Dr. Severidt discusses demodectic mange and sarcoptic mange in dogs.
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Symptoms Of Mange In Dogs

The symptoms of mange in dogs, which can be treated, include spotty fur, bald patches and bumps on the skin, and the treatments include antimicrobial shampoo to kill off the surface bacteria. Identify mange in dogs, which can be spread between animals, withinformation from a professional certified dog trainer in this free video on dog care. Expert: Zephyr Clarke-Dolberg Contact: www.miami-dog-training.com Bio: Zephyr Clarke-Dolberg is a certified professional dog trainer in Miami, Fla. Filmmaker: Paul Muller

Best Treatment For Mange In Dogs

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Demodectic Mange Treatment – Kennel Combo
Demodectic Mange Kennel Combo – MOST POPULAR! This is your Veterinary Strength Demodectic Mange treatment or for larger breeds (over 10 lbs). Contains products to PUSH deep into the hair follicles, treating the Demodectic mange on contact, relieves the itch and repairs the skin. Consists of no oils to stain your furniture or smell up your home! The humane way to treat your pet with Demodectic Mange.

 

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The Veterinary strength Sarcoptic Mange 8 oz Combo combines the power of veterinary strength products with a gentle, safe, non-toxic sarcoptic mange-combating formula perfect for treating larger breeds of animals (over 10 pounds) with mild cases of sarcoptic mange.
The Sarcoptic Mange Mite 8 oz. Combo offers the same powerful features as the Sarcoptic Mange Combo 2 oz. , but supplies larger quantities that are suitable for treating larger animals (10 or more pounds) with more severe cases of sarcoptic mange.


Is Lime Sulfur Dip safe to use on cats to treat sarcoptic mange? What other options (minus vet) are there?

About a month ago I noticed a cat w/ a very serious condition of mange hanging around my neighborhood. I had not seen this cat b4 & it was obvious that he was in a terrible state, w/most of his hair missing & very thin. ='[ He only came out at night & I was unsuccessful in my attempts to trap & hopefully help it. Its been 3wks since Ive last seen him. I have 4 cats of my own (all outdoor/indoor & neutered) & 1 has since died ‘mysteriously’ & 2 have begun losing patches of hair around the neck area. It was a terrible loss for me when I discovered that Allen had died & I am still grieving. I do not want to lose Kit Fisto or Lite Bulb to this terrible & torturous disease (mange). I do not have the $$ right now to get them both (or even 1) treated by a vet & its so frustrating when I know they need me.
The Lime Sulfur Dip method for treatment of feline mange is the most common in my online research. Is this safe for cats? What are the risks? What about homemade remedies? Please help…

About a year ago I resuced a Persian from the animal welfare centre where I help out. She kept coming back in because of ringworm and nothing would shift it. I looked on the internet and found Pets Best RX (Q Based Healthcare) which is an American based company (I live in the UK). The testimonials were excellent so I ordered the lime sulfur cream and also a healing spray. Their lime sulfur is white and smells fresh (just like tea tree oil). Within a matter of days Dora Blossom’s ringworm was healing well and, thankfully, has never returned. I will ALWAYS have the products in my home now as they deal with so many skin problems and I know they can be used for mange as well. The company are excellent and have a help line which you can call and talk things through. They will also e-mail you with answers to your problems if this is more convenient.

Have just checked phone number 1.337.937.8800 and they have a special section for mange – they recommend a spray followed by Sulfinex (the sulfur cream). Hope this helps.

Just to clarify – Dora had been battling with ringworm for a year and had been re-homed 3 times because of the problem. It was obvious that the usual prescription medicines were not working in her case. I did discuss the lime sulfur treatment with my vet and we decided to try it – with excellent results. I would not use ordinary lime sulfur (the green one) as this smells awful and is probably a horrible substance to put on a cat.

Good luck.


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