Can dog mange be healed with at home remedies?

Question by CANDY: Can be with at ?
My son brought a little puppy over here that had the mange and had to be put down. The little puppy gave it to the big dog without us knowing it until it was too late now we are wondering if we can do anything to heal our big dog with at ?

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Answer by Skipper
him to a VET. They’ll it.

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    • been there
    • March 7, 2012

    years ago was a product on the market called ‘glovers mange cure’.If you can not find this item maybe some applications of white iodine. try those things not too expensive and can get it over the counter.
    Problem is if the mange mites burrying deep inside skin try the vet your dog will love you for it

    • CanineTruth
    • March 7, 2012

    There are two types of mange with multiple types of treatment for each – only a vet can diagnose which type the dog has and suggest an appropriate treatment. Period. There is NO actual “at home treatment” (though there are plenty of old tales which have been disproven time and time again…)

    FYI one type of mange is contagious to humans.

    • Nonuna
    • March 7, 2012

    No, get the dog to a vet.

    • DaBasset *Ever heard of Google?*
    • March 7, 2012

    No. Take him to the vet.

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