Sarcoptic Mange Remedy

little-foxieThe Sarcoptic Mange remedy that we supply Arsenicum Alb & Sulphur 30C is a homoeopathic remedy that has been proven to work against the dreadful condition of Sarcoptic Mange in foxes. Since the remedy is made up of natural ingredients there is no fear of overdosing and nothing to worry about if a non-infected fox or other animal or bird takes the treatment.

Holistic therapies and homoeopathic remedies for foxes, wildlife, dogs, cats, horses and small animals. Natural products for animal healthcare. Please visit our forum for help and advice click to visit

As more and more pet owners are using natural and homeopathic preparations for their animal companions, we here at Derbyshire Fox Rescue have an extensive range of homoeopathic and herbal products available for you to buy. We accept PayPal, Cheque, Postal Orders & Bank Transfers in our shop

How do we use Mange remedy? It’s totally safe and easy to use – Dosage: We recommend that four drops of the treatment should be administered to each animal or fox daily on food and in drinking water.
If you are treating foxes and have several visiting cut the sandwiches into 6-9 pieces and put two drops on each small piece, and then scatter them around the area you see the foxes. After roughly three/four weeks of treatment you should notice the foxes scratching and biting less and eventually you will see the new hair growing back. Once the hair has started to grow back you can stop the treatment.
VMD: Any veterinary homeopathic remedy that was on the UK market before 1 January 1994 may continue to be manufactured and marketed without being registered under the simplified registration scheme because they were on the market when the scheme was introduced, these remedies have so called “Grandfather Rights”
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Mange in dogs

Two forms of mange are common in dogs. They are sarcoptic mange, caused by Sarcoptes scabei and demodectic mange caused by Demodex canis. Cats can also become infected with sarcoptic mange. But the form that is most common in cats is Notoedric mange. Sarcoptic mange is sometimes called scabies.

Sarcoptic mange is highly contagious between dogs. It is found all over the World. Sarcoptic mites are near-microscopic, eight-legged creatures closely related to ticks. Their entire life cycle of three to four weeks is spent on the dog or another host.

Female sarcoptic mites are twice as large as males – similar to the one in the illustration at the top of this page. Males stay on the pet’s skin surface. But female mites burrow into the upper layers of the skin forming long tunnels. Your pet’s reaction to this activity and products the mites release cause intense itching, scratching, reddened streaks and skin inflammation.

Periodically the female mites lay small clusters of eggs in their tunnels that hatch into immature larva that mature into “nymph” forms (with six legs). Female nymphs mature to create their own skin tunnels, itching and more inflammation. As the number of mites on your pet increases, its skin often becomes very crusty.

Dogs of any age can become infected, but sarcoptic mange is most common in young animals. Sarcoptic mange is usually spread by close contact between a dog that carries mites and one that does not. It’s method of spread is similar to that of head lice in children. Dogs that spread the infections often have little or no signs that they are infected. Sarcoptic mange can also be spread by contact with objects, such as blankets and quarters that have recently been used by infected animals. Mange mites do not generally survive off a host animal for more than 2-4 days.

Sarcoptic mange is usually spread where large numbers of poorly maintained dogs are maintained in crowded conditions – such as at animal shelters, boarding kennels and pet shops. It is also transferred at grooming salons through towels, clippers and improperly sanitized caging. Mother dogs in recovery or in long-term balance with the parasite often transmit it to their offspring. So puppies from puppy mills and unsanitary breeders are also a major source of the disease.

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