well maybe thats why my vet has it...he does large animals too...
semperfido said:Semper is being eaten alive by the stuff.....
He was treated when it was on his head and face.....it seemed to subside, now his entire underbelly looks like he has the chicken-pox.....
I have to take him in again...FOR CRYING OUT LOUD, does the stuff ever go away?
I agree with ivemectin treatment for out of control mange, and If you are a do it yourself person you can use injectable ivermectin( Ivermectin 1% is equal to Ivermectin 10 mg/ml, this is the strength of what is in 1% ivermectin injection for cattle.) I am sure this will be controversial, but its intended for those who are capable of treating there own.AllAmericanPUP said:ask your vet about the correct dosage for the ivermectin. You dont inject it, just put it on the dogs food.
I did the ivermectin with maggie(along with switching to a raw diet) and her mange is almost 100% cleared up, just one tiny spot on her back that isnt growing back..i think it's scarred forever but we'll see