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 Demodicosis a.k.a. Red Mange

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Female Join date : 2012-06-16
Location : Toronto, ON, Canada

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PostSubject: Demodicosis a.k.a. Red Mange   Demodicosis a.k.a. Red Mange EmptyTue Jul 24, 2012 5:05 pm

So... Stark had a mark on his front right paw and the hair was thinning out. We have been watching it for about a week now and noticed other marks on his other paws - and we went to the vet today and found out it was *drumroll please* Red Mange. (Yay! Arrow text dripping with sarcasm).

The Vet prescribed Ivermectin - starting at 0.13 mL and gradually increasing it over the next 6 days. Has anybody else dealt with this? Were you put on a different medication (the vet said the other option was a bath but that would be more hassle / messy etc)? I don't really mind about the messiness or the hassle (if I did, I wouldn't have gotten a Husky! I love you ) - but I was just wondering if any other members have had an experience with Ivermectin before.
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PostSubject: Re: Demodicosis a.k.a. Red Mange   Demodicosis a.k.a. Red Mange EmptyTue Jul 24, 2012 5:45 pm

If it's still in a concentrated part of the body, a wash (PanOxyl- you can find it in supermarkers in the skin/face wash department) with a warm water and tea tree oil rinse will rid the dog of demodex. With Mickey (who is prone to demodex breakouts) we did Ivermectin first, but then discovered this remedy and have used it since.

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