Generally, mange as a skin disease aroused from the activities of mites within the skin of pests is taking more than we expected. Sometimes mites stay for so long on the skin of dogs and cats. And never show up until it has dominate the area with eggs and other colony in which one is mange. So using natural home remedies to get rid of mange in dogs and cats is more worth than risking the life of our lovely pests to chemicals and acids.
1. Baby oil and Listerine treatment.
Since mange is promoted on cats and dogs skin by bacterias or fungi or both, our first step to treat it is by using anti-bacterial home remedy. Listerine oil is one of the effective killer of mange, and baby oil kills the mites within the skin and hair of both pets. Measure equal amounts of listerine oil, baby oil and water. Most especially, make use of 1/3 formula. Put it inside a spray bottle and shake it with much force for a minute in order to make sure it's mixed.
Spray all over the cat's body. Use brush to regulate the liquid to touch the skin or just spray excessively. Allow the dog or cat to air dry and repeat it after 8 hours. This is the best natural home remedies to get rid of mange in dogs and cats. But if you lack the resources, lets jump to our next option.
2. Anti-fungal cream.
Go to your lotion spaces and look for those that are labelled "anti-fungal" and rub it on your dog. Sometimes, short containers of cream are the most that contain peroxide that kills mites and heal mange simultaneously. Always get a way from using direct chemicals on pets as most of them affect their breath and respiratory systems entirely.
3. Hand sanitizer and hot spot shampoo.
Mites that causes mange in pets are of the same attributes as ticks, and most of all, hand sanitizer supports the cleanliness and hasten the cure. But in this case we are diverting to hot spot shampoo which buy clear observation shows that it works much more than the eligible tick shampoo.
Mix the two in bowl all of equal proportion and mix to make lather. Rub it down on your dog or cat allowing it isolated for an hour. After that period of time use anticeptic soap or shampoo and bath the pet all over. Dry up and apply vegetable oil after the bath. With this you have get rid of anything like mange out of your pets skin.
5. Apple Cedar Vinegar (ACV) solution.
This is a solution used for a long time to cure many skin irritations and pests infestations. The use of acv to treat mange especially on dogs have been made so complicated, rather useful because of the usual mixture and measurements problem. Although you can find some mixed acv today in the market, if you want to mix it at home to get positive results then follow the following steps carefully.
Find a clean bottle and a bowl. Measure the three ACVs equally using the bottle and mix it inside the bowl. If the bottle can be used as a spray, pour it back inside. Spray acv on your dog and forget about it. The dog would be free from mange and dramatically lick the solution, which is of no harm to here. But if you are the techy type and want to keep her free from being susceptible from other sugar sensitive skin pests, you should wash your dog with mild soap and dry her up immediately.
6. Organic tea tree shampoo and tea tree antiseptic oil.
This mixtures have the most effect directly on mange and it works for both types and sides of infections. Scabies also, which pops out as mange in some cases can be treated with organic tea tree shampoo and tea tree antiseptic oil.
Rub organic tea tree shampoo all over the dog allowing it to rest for 5 minutes. Use water to wash the dog or cat at a bathing mode. Note that you can always re-use the organic tea tree shampoo to make lather. Locate the affected areas and rub tea tree antiseptic oil directly. If you can't locate, then rub it all over the skin to get rid of mange on pets using home remedies. Repeat 3 times for 3 days and you are okay.
7. Melted coconut oil with hydrocortisone shampoo.
The last but not the least on my lists is a confirmed effective home remedies to get rid of mange in dogs and cats. Just get some coconut oil and melt it if it's blocked. Pour it anyhow on the dog or cat's skin and leave the pet to stay isolated from everything for the whole night. Early in the morning take up some hydrocortisone shampoo and wash him or her with it. In case of unseen sores, use tea tree oil after the bath and late in the evening.