Once your pet’s mange has been treated, make sure you take measures in preventing another bout in the future.
Boosting your dog’s immune system helps in preventing skin infections from developing. Make sure you always feed your dog healthy pet food. If you can, avoid canned dog food as well as milk.
Continue to bathe your dog regularly. You should also brush your dog’s coat every day. Clean their bedding regularly, especially if they slept in before being cured. Maintaining good hygiene is important in preventing skin infections in your pet.
Bathing can be challenging when there’s mange in dogs. Learn how to clean your pup safely with this video from eHowPets:
Mange in dogs isn’t a fatal disease. However, tons of canines get euthanized in shelters for having Sarcoptic or generalized demodectic mange. Some owners opt to abandon their infected pets instead of treating them. Don’t follow their examples. You can try the home remedies first on your dog and if that doesn’t work, bring him to the vet. He’ll be good as new in no time!
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