Demodectic Mange Treatment

Demodectic Mange can destroy your dogs skin and quality of life, here's a fast effective treatment.

Demodectic can sometimes be a common occurance in the bully family of dogs, make sure to keep their space clean to avoid this nightmare, however we have found this new miracle drug for dogs called Bravecto, which actively destroys 99% of the mites on your dogs skin within the first 12 hours. 

Bravecto has been approved by the FDA as a safe and effective treatment for demodectic mange in dogs. The active ingredient, fluralaner, is an insecticide that kills fleas and ticks on contact. It also helps to reduce inflammation associated with mange-related skin lesions. Bravecto's formulation is specifically designed to target parasites in the affected area without affecting other areas of the dog's body. In clinical trials, Bravecto was found to be well tolerated with no serious adverse reactions reported during or after the study. Furthermore, it demonstrated high efficacy against Demodex mites within 24 hours of administration and maintained its effectiveness for 12 weeks.

Given its safety profile and effectiveness, Bravecto is an ideal choice for treating demodectic mange in dogs. Additionally, it may be combined with other treatments to help address any secondary skin infections or secondary lesions that may occur during the course of treatment. However, it is important to note that Bravecto should not be used on puppies younger than 8 weeks old and should only be administered by a veterinarian familiar with its use.

If you think your dog may have demodectic mange, it's important to consult with a vet as soon as possible in order to get the most effective and safest treatment plan for your dog. Your vet can provide more information about Bravecto and any potential side effects associated with its use. With proper care, demodectic mange can be effectively managed, allowing your pet to live a long and healthy life.

This article is for informational purposes only and should not be used as a substitute for professional veterinary advice. The information contained herein is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Please consult your veterinarian for further information about Bravecto and demodex mange in dogs.

Darryl Polo

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