Lice on Dogs
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Can a Dog get Lice?
Can my Dog get Lice?
Dog Lice Symptoms
Dog Lice Treatment
Dog lice can be treated in a number of ways. If you take your dog to the veterinarian they may prescribe an insecticide to help kill the dog lice. Shampoos that contain Pyrethrin are good as they can target the eggs/nits as well as any adult lice. Once the shampoo has been applied, a lice comb could be used useful to extract any dead nits. Dry your dog thoroughly and follow up with sprays, dips and dusts (with Pyrethrin) to attack any lice that may have been missed. If your dogs hair is matted, the coat may require trimming for the products to work properly. Whilst these treatments are taking place (remember to apply to all dogs simultaneously), your dogs bedding can be washed on a high temperature and a good vacuum/general clean may also help. Keep dogs who aren't infested away until the treatment has worked.
Treatment for Dog Lice - Prevention
Thousands of people search to find out about the dog louse and how to get rid of them. Fortunately there are so many products available on line, you should be able to find what you want without too much of a problem. We hope that you have found this article a useful guide and that any questions you may have had have been answered. You will find that this website is a great resource, including this article, whether you are looking to learn more, purchase products or just seek some quiet information. Men, women, children and pets are all affected by these parasites and we hope you have located the treatment you may need, be it a comb, lotion, cream, medication or shampoo. Treatments and remedies should be sought after quickly and if you have pubic-lice you should seek medical advice so they cannot be spread or infect others.
Can a Dog get Lice
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