Well I figured out that my cat has Mange about a week ago and I don’t know how to treat it. She has red bumps on her head where her ear is (just above the eye) and she’s going bald. She has also been scratching it a LOT so that’s not helping but.. I can’t find any ear drops or anything for her.
But I DON’T want to take her to the vet.
Well my cousin said she cured her cat with eardrops from a petstore somewhere and it did go away so.
But if I can’t find anything for her I’ll take her to the vet.
Well I might have time to take her today.. :\
I have one more questoin..
How did she get it?
She is an inside cat so she couldn’t have possibly gotten it from that..
But I also have a Pomeranian dog but she doesn’t have Mange. I also adopted her (she is only 8 months old) and Petsmart doesn’t know if she was a stray or not
Well I think my sister has Ringworm in her arm and we have had her for about 5 months.
It’s important that your cat be properly diagnosed. There are several things that can cause hair loss and skin irritation and if she’s treated for the wrong condition it could actually make things worse. Mange is actually caused by small mites. Unless the mites are killed the condition will not go away. There are NO effective over the counter treatments that will kill them. The best treatment is a series of injections that the vet can administer. Another thing to consider is that both scarpotic mange and ringworm (a fungal infection) are transmittable to humans and can cause what you’re seeing. If you play around with home remedies for the wrong thing too long you could very well end up with a condition yourself. The safest and wisest thing you can do is get to the vet…stat.
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Mange on cats looks like flakes of dandruff in the fur and on the skin, but it can be confirmed by doing a scrape of the skin to test it. Identify mange on a cat, which is easier to spot on a black cat, with help from a practicing veterinarian in this free video on pet care.
Expert: Robert Sidorsky, DVM
Bio: Dr. Robert Sidorsky has been a practicing veterinarian for more than 25 years.
Filmmaker: Christian Munoz-Donoso
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Mange Cause A Genuine Tax On The Dog’s Immunological Response As It Makes An Attempt To Attack And Eject The Mites.
Dog mange is a possibly major problem. Evidence of mange include exaggerated itching and scratching as well as fur loss. Since dog mange can be heavy, if you detect the signs of mange you will need to treat it straight away. Luckily, there are efficient home cures for mange that will provide your pet with relief from the itching, scratching and loss of fur connected with mange. These herbal treatments are given orally mostly.
This form is again rare, but when plagued you cat will likely be attacked on the back, neck in addition to their sides. Cheyletialla mange is also called walking dandruff as it is caused by a bigger kind of red mite that produces scaling or flaking on your pet’s skin that really looks like dandruff. This is also a very transmittable type of the mange that may be broadcast to other animals as well as humans. The last sort of mange is Sarcoptes, and it's highly rare but has taken place in pussies, and when it does, it is highly tough, long-lasting, and can be particularly major for your pet. Diagnoses of mange and what type it is and what mite has been responsible for it, even by the very best of vets, is often only correct about half of the time typically because of the fact that your pussies intense scratching has took away the tangible tick. You should mix four oz into one gallon of water and wet the dog’s hair and skin totally.
This treatment should be done each 3 weeks for three months. After just two treatments of the dip and oatmeal shampoo, Oreo was starting to look better. With this dip, I also used an oatmeal-based shampoo and an itch spray. Second , it has to ease his inflamed skin. First it has to tackle the essential reason for mange, which is the small parasitic mange mites. And thirdly it additionally needs to boost his immunity mechanism so that he may help to fight off the mange mites himself.
As gruesome as the dog looks, and as uncomfortable he's with the itching, the genuine threat is infection. The best dog mange treatments will have to tackle all 3 of these if they're to have a chance of getting on top of the problem. That immunity mechanism can be further stressed by infection caused by the dog’s recurring scratching and rolling around. Mange result in a real tension on the dog’s immune system as it attempts to attack and eject the mites. When a patch of skin gets infected and the dog’s defenses are feeble, then you've got the potential for much bigger issues.
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Problem on Mange
I noticed a few months ago that she had missing hair under her tail, but since she is an outside cat I thought nothing of it, maybe she got caught in something. Today I noticed she has lost hair inside her legs also.
I have 3 other cats and a dog, do I have to treat them all? She is pretty isolated from them.
Mange it NOT something to mess around with.
You absolutely must take her to the vet and get her checked.
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It simply treats the skin caused from an auto immune response caused by the mites exoskeletons, saliva and feces. Our Pets’BestRx Mange Treatment Spray is Easy-To-Use suitable treatment for mange. Perhaps thats why we have seen a surge in demand for this product over the last several years.
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