The best magazine
Dog Mange Home Treatment
- Brushing out your dog's fur in regular intervals is an effective form of prevention, and also helps to remove the scaly skin and scabs in their coat caused by mange.
- Wash your dog weekly with a mixture of 2 tablespoons of borax and 2 cups of 1 percent hydrogen peroxide. Plain yogurt that contains the probiotic acidophilus also has proven effective in treating mange occurring in the ear.
- The Natural Dog Health Remedies website recommends feeding your dog a diet rich in "high quality, all natural food." Dark leafy vegetables rich in Vitamin E and Vitamin C also may help relieve some of your furry friend's more painful symptoms, and help to improve the appearance of the dog's coat.
- Sasparilla and licorice root supplements work to minimize the bacterial infection caused by mange and also help to boost your dog's immune system.
- Stop treatments immediately and contact a veterinarian if your pet begins to exhibit any signs of weight loss and dehydration.