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Pet Mange Treatment

Pet mange is caused by mites burrowing under your pets skin and laying their eggs. Their body’s allergic reaction cause intense itchiness, hair loss, and can even cause bacterial infections if not treated properly and effectively. Not only do you want your dog to feel better, but pet mange is also extremely contagious. While treating your pet, it is important to keep your pet home and away from other animals to keep the mange from spreading.

The first thing to do is to change your pet’s diet to a more organic diet if he is not already on one. Many pet stores offer organic and healthy options for dogs so it is not always necessary to go to an expensive health food store. Look for foods that have some sort of meat listed first under the ingredients list instead of corn or wheat.

Just like humans need to take supplements and multivitamins, your pet should be taking vitamins, too. Add Naturasil Dog Vitamins to your pet’s diet to help boost his immune system and fight mange from the inside. Even after your pet is feeling better, these vitamins are an essential part of your pet’s diet to ensure their immune system stays strong.

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“These vitamins, along with your Naturasil for Mange product, helped clear up my dog Bonnie to the point she is cured of mange. Many thanks!” – Steve

In addition to a healthier diet, you have to fight the mange mites head on! Naturasil for Pet Mange is an all-natural product that will kill mites on contact. It requires you bathe your pet in the liquid concentrate mixed with shampoo once every five to seven days. After two baths, you will begin to see improvement. It is important to follow the directions exactly to kill all of the mites; after three to four baths, your pet should be feeling back to their old self.

To really rid your pet and your home of the mites, you must also treat your dog’s environment. Organic Crawling Bug Control Dust can be spread on carpets, rugs, furniture, and any other area the mites may have infested. It is a completely organic powder that will not harm humans or pets. Wash all of your dog’s bedding in hot water with soap, and wash any other items your pet lies on to ensure complete eradication. Another option for keeping your home mite-free is BenzaRid Spray. This is a non-staining, odorless antiseptic spray that can be sprayed anywhere from the beds to the floors. It is 100% natural and harmless to humans and pets. Both BenzaRid Sprayand Organic Crawling Bug Control Dust can be used any time to kill mites, fungi, bed bugs, and many other pests that may want to invade your home or your skin.

If your pet has pet mange, get started treating him today. The Naturasil products are completely organic, so there’s no harm in trying them. The prescriptions from your veterinarian will cure pet mange, but they have also been known to kill pets in the process. They are very hazardous and should be avoided at all cost. There is no need to worry though, because with Naturasil you can treat your pet with tried and true methods!


 

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