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How to Treat Mange in Dogs || Home Remedies for Mange in Dogs

August 26, 2019


Hi everyone welcome to our channel today we will discuss how to treat mange
in dogs. Is your loyal companion constantly scratching
himself, leading to angry, red bald patches with sores or scabs on his skin? These signs indicate that your beloved pet
may be suffering from mange. Mange is a skin infection or disease often
seen in companion canines. It�s caused by external parasites like mites,
some of which are naturally found on a dog�s skin. If allowed to proliferate unchecked, mites
can cause severe skin infections and diseases. Mange can often lead to secondary bacterial
infections on the skin. Therefore, as soon you notice any of these
symptoms, take your pet to the vet for an exam and to get skin scrapings analyzed to
determine both the presence and breed of the mange-causing mites. Mange usually affects a dog�s ears, elbows,
face and legs, but it can also spread to the rest of the body. You should take immediate steps to treat your
dog. While it is best to follow the treatment recommended
by your vet, There are six methods that can be used to treat mange in dogs. Home Remedy # 1 Apple Cider Vinegar Strongly acidic in nature, apple cider vinegar
eliminates mange-causing mites, and also helps reduce or alleviate mange symptoms, including
redness and itching. Fill a spray bottle with equal parts of water
and raw, organic apple cider vinegar. Spray it on your dog�s coat. Do this 2 or 3 times a week. Home Remedy # 2: Listerine and Baby Oil Listerine mouthwash contains herbal oils that
have antifungal and antibacterial properties. Pour 1 tablespoon of Listerine mouthwash into
a jug. Add 1 tablespoon each of baby oil and water. Use a small whisk to blend the ingredients
thoroughly. Transfer the solution into a spray bottle. Shake well and spray it on the areas affected
by mange twice daily. Home Remedy # 3: Sulfur Powder Sulfur, a natural mineral that has strong
antiseptic properties, is a highly effective remedy used to treat mange in dogs. Prepare a hot bath for your pet by mixing
equal parts boiled water and tap water. Start bathing your dog with this water. Work the sulfur powder all over your dog until
he is covered in foam. Keep him like this for 30 minutes to allow
the sulfur powder to work. Rinse your dog with ice water. Let your dog shake himself dry. Home Remedy # 4: Diatomaceous Earth Food-grade DE can be applied to your pet�s
coat to eradicate ticks and mites. It can also be used to get rid of termites
or silverfish in your home. Brush your dog, cleaning his fur and skin
thoroughly. Apply food-grade DE on your dog�s coat. Brush and rub it deep into the fur. This is required to ensure its action against
the mites. Do this once a day for 1 to 2 weeks. Home Remedy # 5: Benzoyl Peroxide Shampoo Benzoyl peroxide shampoo, often called mange
shampoo, is an extremely effective deep-cleaning shampoo with antibacterial properties. Use benzoyl peroxide shampoo to thoroughly
clean your dog�s coat and skin. Shampoo your pet with it once daily for 1
to 2 weeks until the mange is completely gone. Home Remedy # 6: Hydrogen Peroxide While it is best to follow the treatment recommended
by your vet to treat mange in dogs. Pour 1 cup of water into a jug. Add � cup of 3% hydrogen peroxide. Add 2 teaspoons of borax and mix all the ingredients
thoroughly. Rinse your dog with this solution, even the
areas not affected by mange. Make sure to thoroughly cleanse your dog�s
skin and fur. Wash your dog with this solution 2 or 3 times
a day. Mange can often lead to secondary bacterial
infections on the skin. Therefore, as soon you notice any of these
symptoms, take your pet to the vet for an exam and to get skin scrapings analyzed to
determine both the presence and breed of the mange-causing mites. mange can be treated with some special home
remedies so apply these remedies to treat mange in dog.

10 Comments

  • Reply Izzyforeverlace&chrome January 11, 2019 at 6:01 am

    REMEDY 3: ?????? WTF????? Boiling water on your dog and then rinse your dog with ice water after it's been in the tub for 30 MINUTES (who on earth will be able to keep their dog in a tub for 30 minutes?) That patient dog's not been born yet!!!! I DON'T THINK SO! It's pretty idiotic of you to suggest boiling water – I suggest you redo the video and give instruction as warm water so as not to harm your dog! Give PROPER INSTRUCTIONS!!!! There are stupid people out there that will do this precisely as per your instructions. No one has an ugly voice, so why hide yours? Please redo this video or delete it completely please because there will be animals that will be severely harmed by your video!

  • Reply M Tariq Jhorar March 16, 2019 at 8:58 am

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  • Reply mister e May 12, 2019 at 5:54 pm

    The hydrogen peroxide and borax works like a charm. I washed my dog first, dried her, then put this solution all over her. Instant relief. I've only been doing this for a week so far, the mites came back after the first time but haven't come back after subsequent washes. Her skin looks so much better and her fur is starting to grow back. Do this a few times a week for at least a month. I plan on giving my dog this treatment once a week even after the mange is totally gone.

    Don't forget to clean your furniture or places your dog likes to lay with this solution to prevent them from coming back.

  • Reply Ravi Chandran May 21, 2019 at 2:07 pm

    First 90sec a waste.

  • Reply sprongklongz tv May 26, 2019 at 2:45 pm

    I have treated my dog with mange with the madre de cacao extract. I also made a short video of my dogs transformation in my channel. I believe that this kind of video are very helpful to others. Thank you for sharing your knowledge.

  • Reply Rod Prynne June 13, 2019 at 10:36 am

    robotic voice is a disaster..

  • Reply ben10 June 24, 2019 at 8:45 am

    does this work?? cuz imma try this to my dog.

  • Reply Jo ker July 2, 2019 at 8:20 pm

    Is that Listerine the mouth wash?

  • Reply Jo ker July 2, 2019 at 8:21 pm

    My shih tzu got this i will try hope it works on her

  • Reply Anniken Eng Karlsen August 20, 2019 at 2:42 pm

    why put commercials/ promotions in an educational video thats just wrong. mange is also very badly explained in this video. there is multiple types of mange and all are treated differently. also some listerine have alcohol in them and can be quite harmful for your pet. baby oil is also very dangerous for the dogs if they inhale it or gets it in their mouth. ingesting sulfur powder can be fatal for a dog! please check your facts or mention that these shuld be monitored and checked for dangorous content! putting sulfur powder in water is soooo stupidly danagrous as its fatal to ingest it for dogs.

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