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Dealing with the mange? #7678255 12/03/19 02:00 AM
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Well I have been itching a lot lately, just kiddin. Its for the farm dog. I got him off craigslist a couple weeks ago. How do you guy deal with the mange. I have some MARTINS permythrin 10% that I usually dip the dog with and notice it also can be used for the mange. It kills mites.


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If its an outside dog, rub it down in used motor oil. It works.


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May be food allergies. Try a none poultry and no grains diet. It fixed my pup immediately

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thanks for the info guys, will try out.


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Ivermectin is effective against this. Readily available just make sure you use the proper solution ratio. Works really well if applied correctly. But you also most likely need a vet that can up the normal dose of heart worm medication as this can treat the mites as well.

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Originally Posted by SouthWestIron
Ivermectin is effective against this. Readily available just make sure you use the proper solution ratio. Works really well if applied correctly. But you also most likely need a vet that can up the normal dose of heart worm medication as this can treat the mites as well.

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Re: Dealing with the mange? [Re: bill oxner] #7679853 12/04/19 08:57 PM
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Originally Posted by bill oxner
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Ivermectin is effective against this. Readily available just make sure you use the proper solution ratio. Works really well if applied correctly. But you also most likely need a vet that can up the normal dose of heart worm medication as this can treat the mites as well.

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I went with the martins stuff and will see how it works out . While researching this stuff in the amazon link everyone that has used it has high ratings. The only draw back is some have said it can kill dogs with Australian Sheppard in the mix. Some thing about a gene that is not compatible with the medicine. Only putting this out there so some one does not have a bad reaction while using it on their dog. If Im wrong well excuse me .


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Re: Dealing with the mange? [Re: Nathan at Fork] #7686039 12/11/19 02:26 PM
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Originally Posted by Nathan at Fork
If its an outside dog, rub it down in used motor oil. It works.


Absolutely DO NOT do that. That is an old wives tale and can make your dog sick as hell or kill it.

Motor oil doesn't kill demodex mites.

Ivermectin works.

Allergies are bad this year for whatever reason - in dogs they present as skin problems. One of our labs is covered in what looks like ring worms and has hair loss in those spots - it's not - it's allergies. An allergy med like Apoquel clears it up quick...it's just expensive as heck - at "cost" my wife pays around $200 a bottle.

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Bravecto will kill mites, and lasts 3 months


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Originally Posted by 68rustbucket
Bravecto will kill mites, and lasts 3 months
Thanks for the help . I did get a hold of the bravecto , although they are chewables.
I used the martins stuffs so far and it seems to be working . He seems to have stopped the intense scratching and also the spot under his hind leg is looking better . I will keep a eye out and try some of the other options if I need to . Thanks


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The hair growth is slow after recovery.


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Re: Dealing with the mange? [Re: bill oxner] #7686567 12/12/19 12:57 AM
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Originally Posted by bill oxner
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Ivermectin is effective against this. Readily available just make sure you use the proper solution ratio. Works really well if applied correctly. But you also most likely need a vet that can up the normal dose of heart worm medication as this can treat the mites as well.

https://amzn.to/2r6P0IN


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Be very careful with Ivermectin.

At a Vets recommendation, I overdosed and killed a dog

Long story but he wrote down to give her 4 cc’s

What he meant was .4 cc’s

Anyway, I don’t use him anymore but it’s a true story


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Originally Posted by procraft05
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Ivermectin is effective against this. Readily available just make sure you use the proper solution ratio. Works really well if applied correctly. But you also most likely need a vet that can up the normal dose of heart worm medication as this can treat the mites as well.

https://amzn.to/2r6P0IN


Works miracles. Get it at TSC.


Be very careful with Ivermectin.

At a Vets recommendation, I overdosed and killed a dog

Long story but he wrote down to give her 4 cc’s

What he meant was .4 cc’s

Anyway, I don’t use him anymore but it’s a true story


How big was the dog?

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Go to a vet. get a diagnosis. Get a treatment plan.

Bravecto and Nexgard chewables are great for fleas, ticks, and mites. You'll need to see a vet.

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Originally Posted by Nathan at Fork
If its an outside dog, rub it down in used motor oil. It works.


Has to be used from what I have seen it used. I don't know if it works. I knew and old fool back in Florida who put used motor oil on his dog for mange.

I highly doubt it worked, and the dog looked all messed up being covered in oil.

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Originally Posted by Cow_doc.308
Go to a vet. get a diagnosis. Get a treatment plan.

Bravecto and Nexgard chewables are great for fleas, ticks, and mites. You'll need to see a vet.


Well articulated. A vet started my dogs on Ivermec 25 years ago. He gave me my first bottle and syringes for letting his horse stay on my lot. He was a Brittany man.


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Re: Dealing with the mange? [Re: pug] #7690802 12/17/19 02:08 AM
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Having used it myself successfully multiple times, this is a false statement. But, you said motor oil, and I said used motor oil. It has to be the old style motor oil, used and all black.

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Are you guys referring to demodectic or sarcoptic mange?


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My Ibex don't get mange but do get ear or range mites. Kinda like mange of the ears, face and neck. I use either pour on Cydectin or axle grease.

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Mix mineral oil and sulphur.
1 - Soak the dog all over.
Skip a day.
2 - Soak the dog again.
Skip a day.
3 - Soak the dog again.
You are done and so is the mange.

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Originally Posted by macec3(TX)
Mix mineral oil and sulphur.
1 - Soak the dog all over.
Skip a day.
2 - Soak the dog again.
Skip a day.
3 - Soak the dog again.
You are done and so is the mange.


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