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Mitaban dip

Discussion in 'American Bully Health' started by Bleu13, Oct 17, 2011.

  1. Bleu13

    Bleu13 Puppy

    How long does it take for your dogs hair to grow back after mites are dead Tonto just started his dippings (second one) and it seems his hair is still thinning and what would one suggest for the itching
  2. Pink

    Pink GRCH Dog

    I'd suggest getting a tube of Nu-Stock, and applying it to those areas, between dippings. Supposed to help with itching, and help re-grow hair.
  3. Bleu13

    Bleu13 Puppy

    Thanks so much pink
  4. Pink

    Pink GRCH Dog

    No problem. :)
  5. LRKennels

    LRKennels Little Dog

    If he has demodex what I reccommend IMO (I have tried this and it worked for me)
    Is 1cc of Ivomectin every day (once a day) for 6 weeks, and then do the dip once every 2 weeks....

    MUZREE Puppy

    is the demodex mange fairly common? I know is supposed to be easy to cure up. and what might be the causes? my girl is 19 months old. she has had the problem for 3 months now, goes away then comes back. took a while to find out conclusively what was the problem, first vet said it was a flea alergy...

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