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Burned Oil for Dogs with Scabies

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Scabies is a skin infection caused by mites. There are two types of mange in dogs: sarcoptic mange caused by a mite called "sarcoptes scabiei var" and demodectic mange caused by a mite called "demodex canis".

So when we talk about scabies we talk about infection, and an infection can only be treated by a specialist. However, nowadays home remedies, grandmother's recipes and other myths to "cure scabies" are still applied, and many for considering it "more practical and economical" do so without knowing and far from causing a good or By removing the problem, they only make it worse and / or cause fatal and irreversible consequences.

Next we will mention 3 common myths —That they should definitely not be used to fight mange:

Sulfur Butter - Mix edible butter with sulfur for human consumption, and spread throughout the dog's body. The dog should lick the mixture (butter and sulfur) from the skin to fight mange. FALSE
Reality and consequence:
Sulfur is a dangerous substance that affects health when inhaled, ingested and / or sensitive skin comes into contact. If the mixture is ingested it can cause:

  • Skin lesions
  • Inflammation of the nasal mucosa
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Asthma and tracheobronchitis.

Oil burned and sometimes hot - Bathe the dog in motor oil to remove scabies. FALSE
Reality and consequence:
Burned oil is excessively toxic, it can cause excoriations and destruction of the skin, and when it's used Hot causes severe burns. If the oil is ingested by the dog it can cause:

  • General discomfort
  • Threw up
  • Kidney damage
  • Hepatic injury
  • Severe intoxication
  • Death

As if that were not enough, the hydrocarbons contained in the oil are absorbed through the skin, causing a dangerous decrease in blood pressure.

Remove scabies with creoline - Bathe the dog with creolina. FALSE
Reality and consequence
:
Creolin (veterinary product) is a drug product especially for topical disinfection, it is highly irritating to the skin.
Constant inhalation of creoline vapors may cause:

  • Bronchial irritation
  • Cough
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Nausea
  • Headaches

If the creoline becomes ingested it can cause:

  • Erosion of the mucous membranes
  • Circulatory collapse
  • Threw up
  • Confusion
  • Coma
  • Death

The true reality is that in our times there is no scientific evidence of the effect of these home remedies as a repellent or treatment for scabies. In a nutshell: applying and recommending the grandmother's typical recipes to remove and cure scabies can only worsen the health of the affected dog.

The best remedy for scabies is the one the veterinarian knows and can prescribe. Fortunately, the treatments that exist today to treat scabies are very strong, effective and painless and are usually applied in the form of a bath or injection. Even in some cases scabies can be prevented by applying special ampoules for a certain period, so that the skin becomes immune.

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Burned Oil for Dogs with Scabies

But it should be noted that the burned oil kills effectively kills the mites or bacteria that produce this deterioration in the skin of the canines, but if its use is not recommended, since the components of that oil can bring you even greater major complications.

It is important that you know that not everything that can be beneficial for another means that it will be for everyone. There are other natural or pharmacological alternatives that can help you without bringing something much worse. That's why I invite you to read more of this article made for you.

Burned Oil for Dogs with Scabies

Skin irritation

It is possible that instead of improving the aspects of your skin you suffer more complications such as irritation.

It is necessary that you not only think about the moment but also about the negative consequences that your dog can bring if you apply that oil to that affected area. It is for that reason that you have to always be informed of the advantages and disadvantages that this may cause.

In a way it is necessary that you attack the problem quickly but always thinking about the well-being of your pet, doing nothing that can eventually harm it. So take precautions so that the remedy is not worse than the disease and everything gets complicated.

Think at all times of the care in all the senses of your pet so that it is not harmed in any way. Go to a veterinarian but you are sure what to do at that time and with professional help everything will be a little easier to cope with.

· Olive oil

This natural oil is really recommended because it decreases the mite nests that can be found in the skin. It can be applied with a gaza in the affected areas between 2 to 3 times a day.

Garlic is also an excellent alternative since it is a natural antibiotic and also helps to heal. Crush between 2 or 3 cloves of garlic, apply it on the affected areas, let it act and remove it with warm water.

It is important that you consider these natural remedies that I assure you will be of great benefit to your dear pet. Remember that each of these remedies must be accompanied by a good diet with the nutrients you need most.

It is also really necessary that your dog is in a warm and hygienic place so that he can fully recover, you have to be very patient when applying any treatment, because it requires time and persistence until it is cured.

I really hope that all this information that I have given you has been of great benefits for you and that you become aware of the remedies that you will apply to your dog without being carried away by despair.

Just look for the best way out of that circumstance thinking about the welfare of your pet and that everything changes for the better and you can enjoy your company much more.

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