I have a 3 year old husky who does have Demondectic mange as well; which is rare for dogs this age. After reading many remedies on this thread I do have to say, NEVER, use motor oil as a few recommended. As a vet tech I myself have seen animals die a terrible, long painful death from motor oil. In regards to the mange the only thing I found that worked, after the vet prescribed meds, was to keep the dog off all commercial dog foods, switch over to raw and just work on her immune system. Great results.
Sally's Mange Cure:
We had a stray cat that we made friends with, who would just come hang out with us when we'd sit outside. One day his coat started to turn orange (he was black) and the fur started falling out. Under it I could see that he had an itchy painful rash. I was pretty sure it was mange, so I read up on it and invented the following cure. I mixed together equal parts sea salt (has to be sea salt, not iodized) hydrogen peroxide, and extra virgin olive oil, mixed it up, and, with a plastic glove gooped it on his infected areas. He was a sometimes skittish cat, but he still let me smooth it on these painful areas, which suggested to me that it felt ok on his skin. I kid you not, the very next day, the sores were healing up, and within 2 days, his fur was growing back. I'd say within 2 weeks his fur was pretty much back to normal. It was great to see him comfortable again, as he was a complete cutie. Not sure if EVO, sea salt or h2o2 are ok for dogs, but it works amazingly for cats. Plus it seems comfortable, rather than painful for them to have it put on them. I'm thinking he licked it a little, and also ingested, the concoction. As a side note, if a cat has worms, if you mix a little loose, raw tobacco in his food, it eliminates the worms quickly, and harmlessly.
This is to/ I love my great Dane! Any type of garlic is poison to animals,it will kill your dog. Please be sure to check and Re:check before you decide to do any thing for your pet/s.No powder garlic as its loaded with salt and fresh garlic is just as dangerous. Ask questions,do many web searches etc. okay? good luck.
Hydrogen peroxide, and Borax laundry soap (powder),(Not) the ant killer!!
and water, the only thing different that I do is I do the whole body, and then I do not wash it off! every other day for few days till I see improvements. Works every time, again you have to stay on it, and watch your animal. Just like children, and antibiotics as soon as they feel better you don't stop you finish the medication, that's how they usually get re- infected. because its not all gone. but they look and feel much better.
I didn't know what could have got rid of mange. I used lime 3 times a day until i see improvement. It really works. Try it.
i am 14 and i love them.
MANGE AND FLEA REMEDY
Diatomaceous Earth kills all mites (mange) and can be given in food to kill worms. Buy it at the feed store. Put the powder in an old sock and powder puff your animal all over. Also do their bedding. Almost instant relief. It dehydrates and kills fleas too. Safe and really cheap. Any good farmer knows all about this. It is widely used on livestock.
Thanks for the tip, Walderez! My boxer was improving slowly with the regular borax+peroxide treatment, but it was turning out to be a long-suffering process. Mite Avenge+quercatin worked much much faster, and the level of info on their site is incredible. You def get what you pay for
My cocker spaniel has mange. I did not have any borax in the house the other night when I first discovered the mange symptoms by her constant scratching. I went through my medicine cabinet and found a jar of Blue Star Ointment. I rubbed some on the spots and she had instant relief. The next day, I bought Borax and tried that solution....she did not get all night relief from itching. The Blue Star Ointment really works! I have seen results. She is itch free and the mange is starting to heal. You can google it to see where it is sold. We just bought another jar at our local pharmacy, but noticed on google that Wal-Mart has it too. Hope this helps your furry friend.
I don't know if this treats mange in cats and dogs or not, but anytime my cats or dogs have scabs, I rub pure shea butter liberally right on the spot, fur and all. Scabs heal up beautifully in a few days. And shea butter appears to be safe for pets. Parasites cannot travel thru shea butter. One day we discovered that my female dog had chewed a large patch of fur off of her rump. Her skin was red, itchy and scaly. The fur was falling off in clumps. I rubbed a liberal supply of shea butter on the bare area with several re-applications over several days and her fur grew back beautifully, with no further itching in that area. Perhaps this remedy works for mange. I know it works for scabs.
I will first to say that you do not have to shave your dog. I have a black Pomeranian and he suffers from mange every summer but it seemed worse this year. So I tried the Borax remedie but it only seemed to help a little but, plus it made his coat a light reddish brown. So I started the selsum blue shampoo and I wash him every other day and it is working. Plus I am giving him Zinc and L-Lysine which helps his immune system. I hope this helps.