Remedies For Dogs Mange Mites

Mange is kind of skin diseases formed by the parasitic mites. These parasites can be found on birds, plants, and dogs. These parasites can cause severe itching, baldness, scabs and abrasions on the skin. The parasites would infect the pup when it curdles with the mother in the first few years of the birth of the dog. Most of the dogs live undisturbed by these parasites. Demodectic and Sarcoptic are the two types of mange parasites that would cause abrasions, scabs, and scalps in the dogs. Here are some remedies to remove these mites.

Honey

 

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Honey is one of the best remedies for warding off the mites on the pups. Therefore apply some organic honey on the puppy for a while and then give a bath to your dog, this will alleviate the mites when repeated regularly.

Cooking Oil

Direct application of cooking oil will ward off the mites easily, it’s also an effective measure to address the itchiness and scabs on the skin. It also alleviates the waxy substance on the skin and kills the mites effectively.

Apple Cider Vinegar

 

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Treat your pet with a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar with its every meal. This will treat the mites and will help your pet to ward off the impacts of these parasites internally.

Lemon

Boil few slices of lemon in water and soak a sponge in it overnight. Utilize this sponge and apply it to the dogs on regular basis. This remedy will not only ward off the mites but also keeps your pet hair smooth and silky.

Lemon-Garlic Rinse

 

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Take one whole lemon and 6-8 lemon peel, about 30-40 garlic cloves. Boil these ingredients in one-liter water and spray it on your dog liberally using a spray can. Repeat the remedy daily for about 10-15 days to ward off the mites.

 

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