Photos of Mange Dogs Cured with Ted's Remedies

Last Modified on Jan 28, 2015

Photographic Proof of Effective Treatment for Sarcoptic Mange

Earth Clinic is fortunate to offer you the single most popular and effective home remedy for mange in dogs, a borax and hydrogen peroxide cleansing wash that swiftly and safely kills the mites causing sarcoptic mange and other forms of this parasitic health threat. Incredibly positive feedback from dog owners like you fill our mange pages. To back up those claims, we have also posted a number of dog pictures below of pets before and after treatment with our resident naturopath's canine mange remedy. Check them out for yourself!

Click to read detailed instructions for Ted's popular remedy formula for mange and all the testimonials from people who have tried Ted's protocol on their pets.

Once you've seen the pictures and been convinced of the effectiveness of this natural pet care remedy, try it out for yourself and come back to Earth Clinic to tell us all about your experience!

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Posted by Jeff (Houston, Tx) on 06/29/2011

I have some before and after pics if you want them. They don't show the whole dog because I wanted to focus on the infection, not the dog. Very remarkable improvement. E-mail me if you want them.

Replied by Jess
Brooklyn, Ny

Hi Jeff, I would love to hear about your experience using this solution and to see your before/after pictures. Can you email me at jessicafox78 (at) gmail (dot) com?
Replied by Jack
Toledo, ohio Usa, Lucas County




Replied by Samantha
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Usa

I had a question about this mix with the apple cider vinegar. The peroxide in this, does it have to be diluted down to 1% like the other remedy? The one I have here at home is a 3% one, so should I put more water in the jug than what is listed here? My dog has a pretty severe case of something going on and I figured I would give this solution a try. I will post pics if it works! Before and after pics of course =) Thanks for the help!!

Posted by Caren (Wilmington, Delaware) on 02/21/2008

[YEA]  Here are our before and after pictures of Rocky. Thanks for letting us share them! I hope these pictures help others to decide to try this treatment of borax/perox. Unbelievable! that a vet would not recommend this to us! These before pictures are of his head where he was most infected. The back of his ears, legs, between his toes and spotty patches on his back and tummy where also infected and looked pretty much the same. After approx 5 weeks of treatment every spot is completely cured Just look at him now! Thank you so much for your website and helping us to make our little guy healthy and happy again! Sincerely Caren

Rocky with Mange





Replied by Martie
Reynoldsburg, Ohio, Usa

Hi, I was wondering how you went about saturating the dog's head without harming the eyes. My dogs head is not infected, only his back, but I will have to treat it too to keep it from traveling.
Replied by Irsuzy
Pleasant Gap, Pa

How did you apply the solution? I have a large dog who hates baths, I'm wondering if I put it in a spray bottle and saturate the area if it will work. Or possibly saturate the whole dog?
Replied by Theresa
Mpls., Mn

Hey Irsuzy!

If you are treating for mange I strongly urge you to treat the entire dog rather than spot treat particular areas as treating the entire dog will bring you the faster and better results.


  • Borax laundry booster - the plain stuff with NO scent.
  • 1 -16 oz brown bottle of 3% hydrogen peroxide

I get both of these from the grocery store.


Empty hydrogen peroxide into larger bottle - I use an empty 1 gallon vinegar jug. Add to this 32 oz filtered or distilled water - I just refill the hydrogen peroxide bottle twice - and dump into the jug. What this does is change your 3% hydrogen peroxide into 1% hydrogen peroxide.

Next add 1 cup of the borax crystals and shake. There should be some un-dissolved crystals in the mixed solution - this is just right. I try to use hot water from the kettle on the stove, that or sit the jug of mixture in the sink full of hot water while I bathe the dog.


Bathe the dog - use whatever shampoo and rinse well. Squeeze out excess water and make sure the tub is drained. I then plug up the tub. Now pour the mixed up solution over the dog. I use a small sponge to soak up the solution from the bottom of the tub and squeeze it out onto the dog again and again, making sure I get the head and underneath. Keep squeezing solution over and over onto the dog for about 15 minutes - 30 minutes is better. Then pull the stopper from the tub and let the excess drain. DO NOT DRY THE DOG OR RINSE THE DOG. The solution has to remain wet as it is still working. Allow the dog to air dry. I just pop mine into their crates and I remove any absorbent bedding.

If you are worried about poisoning your dog keep in mind that borax has the same toxicity as table salt. The solution doesn't seem to hurt the eyes or sting any sores on the skin. Some dogs feel instant relief!

When treating for mange I will do this dip 2-3 times the first week. I would treat the entire dog with the mange remedy and only after treating the entire dog for 2-3 baths in the first week would I then shift to bathing or dipping the dog once per week for a total of 8 weeks.

Replied by Benb
Denver, Co

Thank for you instructions! How long did it take for you to see results? We have done a two treatments over 2 days (once a day). He is still itching like crazy. Redness has gone down in some areas, but flared up in new areas. Have you had similar results? Thanks c
Replied by Theresa
Mpls., Mn

Hey Benb!

The redness flaring up and the condition looking like it's getting worse is a normal response. It appears to get worse because the treatment is causing a massive mite die off and the bodies of the mites that are deep in the hair folicles are decomposing and giving off toxins which causes the flare up. So a good sign, actually, as you know the treatment is working.

You should see improvement in one week. If this were my dog, I would treat the entire dog and not just what appear to be the affected areas. I would treat every other day for the first week - so three baths in the first week. Then continue with once or twice per week, depending on the results you see. Treat for a total of 8 weeks - this covers the life cycle of the mite and with a little wiggle room for any late bloomers.

Keep an eye on any abraided skin to make sure a secondary infection doesn't develop; the borax treatment should help in preventing a topical infection, but if your dog is really itchy and scratching his skin open, an over the counter tripple antibiotic ointment would not be amiss.

Posted by LaDonna (Longwood, FL) on 12/14/2006

[YEA]  The first two photos were the first day of the treatment, you can see how red his skin was from the mites. The last photo is the NEXT day. Of course, I am still doing the treatment weekly because the mites have yet to leave the top portion of his head and shoulders, but the back end is healing great.

Mange Cure

Mange Cure #2

Mange Cure #3
After using Ted's remedy, Riley's skin has healed

Replied by Alleyoop
Griffin, Ga

My mother's dog, Toby, who is a shihtzuh mix, has always had very sparce tan long hair which made him look kinda funky (you saw more skin than small patches of wiry looking hair). He started scratching himself until he was raw and bleeding and so I looked up skin disorders in dogs and discovered he had a type of mange. I found your recipe for the dip, gave Toby a shampoo with Dawn dish detergent (it's really inexpensive - I paid $1 for a small bottle) to kill all the fleas (read that somewhere too - and it works!! ), then I dipped him in your solution (mixed a small bottle of 3% hydrogen peroxide and filled the bottle up twice with water, which I added to the peroxide, then added 3 tablespoons of borax (Twenty Multeam Borax that you use in laundry) and mixed it well until the borax dissolved. Not only did he stop scratching, his fur grew out to this beautiful, long, multi-color champagne color that completely covered his body - he was beautiful!! People who visited after his hair grew out would look at him and say "Is this the same dog that used to be here??!!" They couldn't believe the change in him. Not only did it get rid of the mange, but apparently he must have had some sort of skin parasite that it killed also to allow his fur to grow out like it did. He is now a very happy camper. I only wished I had taken "before" and "after" pictures so you could be amazed in the change too!
Replied by Teresa

I am going to try this solution on my dog because I have tried everything and nothing has worked.. I switched his dog foods thinking it was allergies, he licks, scratches and bites his skin.. He has lil bumps all over and a few open sores where he scratches so much, and now I have noticed his hair on his back is thinning out really bad.. I have noticed very few fleas when I check him out, but not more then that each time I check, he is mostly a indoor dog.. Going to try to dawn dishliquid soap like recommended for the fleas and havent had much luck with the oatmeal and tea tree oil shampoos, they dont help at all.. Is the dawn ultra escapes ok to use?? After I give him his bath and put this solution on him, it says to let it air dry, but not sure as to where I should put the dog to dry, I dont have a crate.. I could put him in the basement but will it hurt if he tried to lick it out? Plus I dont want him cold from being wet, yeah I baby him to much, lol Oh, do I have to buy the distilled water in the jugs at the store or will regular tap water work?? Hope I asked everything I need to know.. Any help is appreciated.. Thanks

EC: Hi Teresa,

Instructions for Ted's Mange Cure are at the top of this page if you haven't seen them already:

Replied by Theresa
Mpls., Mn

Hey Teresa!

I know you have tried everything - but have you tried taking your dog to the vet for a diagnosis? You mention you see fleas on your dog when you inspect for them - fleas could certainly be the cause of all of your dog's skin ailments. In addition, the little bumps all over could be a topical bacterial infection such as staph. The last thing I think of when reading your post is mange.

Why don't you start with a simple flea bath? You can use any mild shampoo - baby shampoo from the grocery store is fine, that or even Murphy's Oil soap - the original formula for wood floors. You can use the mange remedy as a flea dip and just keep pouring it over your dog again and again, and this will help eliminate the fleas. Keep your dog in the tub and keep him saturated by pouring the solution over him for at least 20 minutes. I would then towel your dog dry and then give him a good flea brushing to remove any fleas from his coat.

For the mange remedy use hydrogen peroxide [the brown bottle from the grocery store is a 3% solution] dump this into an empty gallon jug and fill the hydrogen peroxide bottle up twice with tap water into the gallon jug; now you have a 1% solution of hydrogen peroxide. Next, add about a cup of borax. You don't need to be exact, but what you DO need to do is make sure that you add SO MUCH borax that it stops dissolving. When you add it and mix it up and you still have undissolved grains of borax swirling around at the bottom it is mixed right.

Another thing I recommend you do is alkalize your dog's drinking water; this will help balance his PH and sooth his skin, as well as make him less appetizing to fleas. Start off with 1 teaspoon of regular baking soda into 1 liter of water - and do that for ONLY 5 days. Then reduce to 1/2 teaspoon for 5 days, and then 1/4 teaspoon as a maintenance dose.

Lastly, you might try setting out a flea trap. Use a white plate or a light colored plastic lid. Mix up a solution of dish soap - 5-6 drops into 1/4 cup of water - and put that on the plate. You will need a small table lamp next. Place the lamp on the floor in your dog's sleeping area, and place the plate with soapy water under the bulb and turn it on and leave it on all night. Check in the morning for black specks. Repeat the next night and the next, and when you clear the dog's sleeping area try using the trap anywhere your dog spends time, and then all throughout the house to make sure you get them all.

Now, after trying the baking soda water and the flea bath and the flea traps, if your dog still is chewing and itching come back, because I have some other ideas, but you need to try the above ideas first, OK?

Replied by Om
Hope Bc Canada

Theresa (Michigan) US--- I believe in Ted's remedies but for example, even in summer here in western Canada, one of my dogs caught a cold after such a bath. I gave him Aconite 30C homeopathic as soon as I was aware of it and he did recover immediately. If I lived in a tropical environment., I would use Ted's remedy right away.

In a warm bathroom, small as it may be, I am afraid of fungal spores in that humid environment.

In the US there is an enzymatic cleaning agent which I have recently obtained and used with great results. The effect on the skin is absolutely beautiful, I can attest to it. This product is KLEEN GREEN . It has actually arrested a biting mite infestation on myself. I am using it on my dog right now; it is early to comment further. But with your dog, it could be the answer.

Dawn dishwashing detergent is totally unacceptable for me. You should see my lawn - dead and yellow after shampooing my big dog tied to a tree in the summer. It is the dishwashing liquid that did it, and people are supposed to do their dishes with that poison. I wonder if the grass will ever recover.

Try a good kastile liquid shampoo like the one from Dr. Bronner which I have used for years with good results. I even brush my teeth with it. It is available from health food stores.

Hope this will help. Namaste, Om

Replied by Theresa
Mpls., Mn

Namaste Om!

LOVE the Kleen Green tip!

Thank you!!!

Replied by Om
Hope Bc Canada

Hi Theresa --- am very happy as it seems them buggars have disappeared. I am so grateful Kleen Green arrived for my pets when I had dire need for it the very next day! May be because I treated the infestation right there and then, with the right thing, who knows. I am cautious, however.

The postage to Canada was more than twice the actual product. Meanwhile I am studying enzyme cleaning products online available in Canada. For cleaning, Kleen Green it is wonderful. I cleaned my keyboard and it is Kleen.

Now I can help my little Maltese to get rid of his mites. For three of my cats I use DE. They are miserable when wet. This year it was not fleas but mites. Even though when I did see a flea, they were huge. Strange happenings.

I will still order Ted's remedy for morgellons online. One never knows. And EC have been so helpful. Wish you and your little crowd all the best.

Namaste, Om

Replied by Judy
Texas, US

Theresa: How long will it take for pup to stop scratching. I have been using invectrin from the vet for about two weeks now. Pup is not as bad as a lot I have seen. Treated this stray pup and got her fixed. She is still scratching. I am giving her benadryl twice a day as recommended by the vet. Used Nu-stop but that didn't seem to work. Plus read about your dogs and cats dying from it. Doc thinks it is red mange as the advantage multi that I put on her back the week before did not work.
Replied by Om
Hope Bc Canada

Judy (Texas, US)---My big dog has red mange. I have sprayed him liberally and treated with orange essential oil and worked it well through the coat. It is under control.

It works well for fleas and is very gentle and nourishing for the skin. Every time he scratches, I give him a treatment and it works. One will have to keep it up for some time but so far this is the best IMO.

Here in Canada it is TKO for house cleaning and odour removal. I spoke with the owner and he was very helpful, saying yes, it is for fleas, too. Kills bugs. In the US it is KLEEN GREEN which is an enzyme cleaner for mites, too. I have both cleaners and they are excellent.

Big pesticide companies will not allow household cleaners to claim that their products work well on pests.

I would not use the vets' flea treatment as it poisons the animals' blood. People who treat their pets consistently like that will find their pets' life span is shortened , sometimes severely.

Today a friend brought me a dewormer from her vet and it was $95. My big dog had an infestation and in that case nothing would work. But it is the last time I have done this. In future I will contact a pharmacy with a pet section and their dewormer for tapeworm, etc. is a lot cheaper.

Another thing I will do right away is make my own sauerkraut since my dogs love it and it will discourage parasites while keeping the g.i. tract clean.

I am aghast at the greed and unhealthy treatment by common veterinarians as I am perusing EC pet section and also people sections, including my friend's experiences with vets as she runs a rescue shelter.

Keep in mind that Ivermectin is cancer causing, vaccinations maim and kill pets, antibiotics cause candida and thus open the path for dangerous pathogens such as cancer as well.

Namaste, Om

Replied by Theresa
Mpls., Mn

Hey Judy!

So let me see if I am reading this right: you rescued a stray, got her fixed, treated her with Advantage [because you saw ?? scratching? Rash??], and then she broke with what your vet thinks is demodex/red mange. Has your vet actually laid eyes on this dog now that she has what you suspect is demodex?

My question is *why* is your puppy scratching?

Demodectic mange - aka 'red' mange - first appears as a reddish rash in areas of thinning hair. It usually is not itchy - unless there is a secondary bacterial component.

What we are first dealing with is a jacked immune system. Your puppy was a stray - a stressful, neglectful lifestyle - the first hit on the immune system. Then she was spayed - a second and major hit on her immune system [I know with strays and rescues you should speuter them, but let them recover for a few months before doing so to allow their immune systems to heal before having to recover from major surgery]. Then she was dosed with Advantage on a compromised immune system.. and now the Ivermectin seems to have little effect and the skin issue is just getting worse and the itching isn't letting up.

If this were my dog I would bath her to remove as much Advantage as I could. I would use Ted's Mange remedy to the letter and try 2 dips in the first week. If you see the itching abate after the dip and then come right back the second day, I would try Ted's Anti-fungal/Anti-staph remedy - a small batch in a spray bottle and spot treat the super itchy areas. You can bathe on non-dip days with a lavender and oatmeal shampoo to help sooth and calm the skin. If it is getting dry you can use Dr. Bronner's soaps - choose one with lavender.

Dogs with compromised immune systems need all sorts of support. Keep her calm and as stress free as possible. Feed her high end groceries, grain free is ideal and consider a RAW diet. In addition to high end kibble consider supplementing with 500-1000 mg Vitamin C , Echinacea, Goldenseal - these am and pm for 5 days, and then cut out the Goldenseal and do Vitamin C and Echinacea for an additional 5 days and monitor your results. I would introduce probiotics - raw sauerkraut 1 tbsp. am and pm will do nicely, along with digestive enzymes - my pack likes the chewable papaya from the whole foods store.

Since you are dosing a miticide [Ivermectin] I would not go overboard on the dipping, but I do think a few of Ted's mange dips would work to quickly address the population of mites on the skin. And, due to a possible skin infection, if you are not seeing results - visible improvement in the appearance of the skin and a reduction in the itching - if this were my dog I would consider heading back to the vet for antibiotics to address the skin infection.

I am confused by your post: "Used Nu-stop but that didn't seem to work. Plus read about your dogs and cats dying from it."

I have NEVER had a pet die from using Nu-stock; for that matter, I have never had a pet die from using a home remedy either. Not sure where that came from but wanted to set the record straight.

Thank you for rescuing this stray and please report back!

Replied by Leya
Katy, Tx

[NAY]   Hello,

My dog has generalized demodex mange and I have done the solution. It has been over a week now and had been giving him a bath every two days. Two days ago, I also started bathing him with a dandruff shampoo in between the borax solution and putting neem oil on him after a bath. How long would it take before you can actually see results cause he looks like his mange is getting worse.

THank you.

Replied by Om
Hope, Bc, Canada

Dear Leya, (Katy, Tx) ----

it seems that you are really working to get rid of mites on your dog. I have the same situation here. I do perceive that you are doing too much in a short time. Always keep in mind that treatment has to be suited to the animal's psyche and he has to be in a good frame of mind in spite of all the procedures. And it takes about three months treatment.

With my dog, I like to use different methods as well as Ted's regimen. For example, tonight I will use liberal amounts of Neem Oil, and I do not warm it as it dissolves with the body heat, preventing to much running and messing. I have tried this first on myself and it feels good. Especially, some treatments like Borax, really dry the skin. Skin that is dry can take up pathogens from outside, so a layer well oiled and massaged into the sub layers of the skin is healthy. I take a wash cloth soaked in neem oil. This I use on his muzzle, ears and pads. The tail must be soaked in this oil, his privates and then along the spine and finally the entire surfaces, armpits, etc. Given just a few days when the oil has sunk in, do Ted's or Selsun Blue shampoo, or Benzoil Peroxyde shampoo which is also drying. So the interval with a good moisturizing like neem oil will do much good.

Always watch your pet for signs of being overwhelmed and go accordingly. In time this will be reduced and cured. Follow Theresa's advice as to how to proceed with Ted's regimen. Mites are difficult but with patience and perseverance, good things will happen. So give your dog a breather and make him feel comfortable.

There is a lot feed back on neem oil on EC.

All the best, and take it easy.

Namaste, Om

Replied by Theresa
Mpls., Mn

Hey Leya!

It is very common for demodex symptoms to get worse right after treatment; this is because the treatment causes a rapid die off of the adult mites, which then decay in the hair follicle. The toxins from the dissolving mite bodies can be irritating, making the skin look worse.

I would reduce bathing in Ted's mange remedy to once per week, and in between it sounds like your other treatments apply. You might consider the addition of lavender to help calm the skin, or Dr. Bronner's soaps might help, or an oatmeal based shampoo might help too.

Alkalizing your dog's water will help make him less appetizing to the mites and can also help calm the skin. I start off with 1 teaspoon of baking soda into 1 liter of drinking water and have that be the only drinking water for your dog. After 7 days I reduce to 1/2 teaspoon for another week, and then after that 1/4 teaspoon as a maintenance dose.

I would also up the vitamin C to 1000mg a day for 21 days, Echinacea for 14 days and goldenseal for 7 days.

Demodex dogs need to be kept as stress free as possible; consider dosing Rescue Remedy along with the lavender baths.

Replied by Diamond
Ma., US

Neem Oil will burn a wart off my finger, what will it do while you are applying it near the dogs private parts? That type of oil is only used with extreme caution. Good Luck...
Replied by Om
Hope Bc Canada

Hello, Diamond ---- as I said in my post on Neem Oil, I tried it on myself. I have had a fungal infection down under for over a year. ACV was so painful, it brought on tears. But I took a handful of semi solid Neem oil and for he first time my private parts show sign of healing. As I said: it feels good.

There is nothing like trying things for yourself.

Just as in the other post, that turmeric would burn the skin. Has she tried it? I am asking. Turmeric is specifically for skin ailments. I use it for ringworm and open wounds on my pets with great effect. And I use it on myself. Look it up online so you do not have to surmise. It is a famous Ayurvedic remedy often combined with other remedies and it is called The Golden Goddess. I use Neem oil from head to toe including sensitive parts. I am so happy that finally the fungal infection is receeding and the discomfort and pain gone.

These are tried and true remedies thousands of years old.

Namaste, Om

Replied by Jet

I have a German shepherd with black skin and hair loss. I bath him in antibacterial shampoo and it clears up, but it always comes back..i am gonna try teds remedy but I just want to suggest one thing, if you are like me, and your dog is huge and fluffy, and there is no way I can let him go soaking wet in my house, and can not do the remedy yet, then I suggest hot spot will clear up my dogs skin pretty fast, but like I said, it always comes back, but as soon as it warms up I will give this a try, but for now I have kept it under very good control with hot spot spray..i cant wait to try the remedy and I hope for my boys sake it works and never comes back..he is 4 years old and me and him have had a time with his skin condition.
Replied by Theresa
Mpls., Mn

Hey Jet!

Ted's Mange remedy is effective on mange provided you use as instructed. It sounds more like your dog has a systemic yeast infection and not mange.

Consider Ted's Borax protocol for pets to combat systemic yeast from the inside out, as well as bathing in Ted's Anti-fungal/Anti-staph dip, which covers yeast. You might also consider diet; if the brand you are feeding has grain in it, it might be the problem. Switching to a grain free diet will help, although it does take time for the diet change and remedies to take effect.

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