Ted's Borax & Peroxide Mange Treatment: Cure Demodectic & Sarcoptic Ma

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Borax for Mange

Ted's proven dog mange remedy, utilizing borax, hydrogen peroxide, and water, has successfully treated thousands of dogs worldwide suffering from demodectic and sarcoptic mange for over two decades. This trusted home solution is considered the top choice for managing mange in pets.

Borax for Mange Recipe

To create the solution, you only need Borax and 3% Hydrogen Peroxide. The most popular brand for this remedy is Twenty Mule Team Borax, which is widely available in the USA and internationally. You can find hydrogen peroxide at any pharmacy or grocery store; it doesn't need to be food-grade.

Administer the treatment after shampooing and double-rinsing your dog. Use a dog shampoo, such as Dermabenss, which is pH-balanced for your pet's skin. Be sure to double-rinse your dog to eliminate all shampoo residue.


Mixing Borax, Hydrogen Peroxide, and Water

  1. Place 3 heaping tablespoons of borax into a clean bucket.
  2. Pour in 2 cups of hot water and stir vigorously with your hand, ensuring all borax granules are dissolved.
  3. Add 2 more cups of warm water and mix thoroughly.
  4. Pour in 2 cups of 3% hydrogen peroxide from the drugstore. Stir the mixture vigorously once more and set aside.
  5. Use this mixture after bathing and double-rinsing your dog.

Boric Acid vs. Borax 

Do not use boric acid as a substitute for borax. Boric acid can be toxic to dogs and is not an appropriate replacement. Boric acid, often used as a pesticide, can cause serious illness in pets and children if ingested. Boric acid is derived from combining borax with other naturally occurring minerals, such as boracite and colemanite.


 Bathing Your Dog

  1. Shampoo your dog with a high-quality dog shampoo. Avoid using human shampoo, as it's not pH-balanced for a dog's skin. We recommend Dermabenss.
  2. Double-rinse your dog to ensure all shampoo residue is removed.

Applying the Borax Solution

  1. Slowly apply the borax solution to your dog using a plastic measuring cup, fully saturating the fur, even in areas unaffected by mange.
  2. To treat the face, pour small amounts of the solution into your palm and gently apply, being careful to avoid the eyes.
  3. Gently work the borax solution into the dog's skin, ensuring every area is saturated, including the tail and paws. If your dog has any raw or bleeding areas, do not massage the solution; simply apply.
  4. Do not rinse off the solution.
  5. Allow your dog to air dry in the sun on a warm day. Do not towel dry. If it's cold outside, keep the dog in a warm room after air drying.

Treatment Frequency

  • Week 1: Administer borax bath every other day.
  • Week 2: Administer the borax bath every three days.
  • Weeks 3 - 6: Administer the borax bath once a week.
  • Weeks 6 - 12: Administer the borax bath bi-weekly.

You should notice an improvement in your dog's condition after the first or second treatment. However, complete healing may take a month or two.

Treating Dog's Bedding and Environment

Washing Bedding and Towels

On treatment days, wash your dog's bedding and any towels used during treatment in hot water with 1 cup of borax. Dry on the highest dryer setting.

Treating Other Pets

Consider giving other pets at least one borax bath during the first month to help prevent the reinfestation of mites.

Cleaning Affected Areas

Clean affected areas like floors and sleeping spaces by spraying and wiping them down with a borax and peroxide solution in a spray bottle. Clean your dog's kennel or sleeping area and wash their pillows or blankets regularly in hot water with 1 cup of borax.

Using Food Grade Peroxide

You don't need food-grade peroxide; regular 3% peroxide from any grocery store or pharmacy will work.

Diluting Hydrogen Peroxide to 3%

If you're in a country where hydrogen peroxide isn't sold at 3%, learn how to dilute H2O2 to 3% here.

Borax for Mange Video

Watch Earth Clinic's instructional video on dog mange treatment, detailing how to create and apply Ted's mange solution here. The video also provides helpful tips to speed up recovery.

Mange Cure Photos

Click here to see the photos and remarkable recoveries from mange using Ted's Borax and Peroxide cure!

Using a Hair Dryer

After a borax bath, allow your dog to air dry in a warm room or out in the sun on a warm day following the mange treatment. If your dog is shivering uncontrollably, you may use a hair dryer to warm them up. Ideally, wait half an hour before using the hair dryer to allow the solution time to penetrate.

Treating Older Dogs with Mange

Special Care for Senior Dogs

Older dogs may get cold quickly during baths, and it can take hours for their body temperature to warm up afterward. Bathe an older dog in the sun on a hot day or in a warm bathroom. Ensure the room they dry in is warm. Avoid bathing your dog outside during winter unless in a warm climate.

Using a Portable Heater During Bath Time

Keeping Older Dogs Warm During Treatment

Using a small portable heater in the bathroom during the bath is crucial for older dogs, as they get cold quickly and can take hours to warm up after a bath. Do not let them suffer needlessly.

How the Borax Bath Works

The treatment combines three components: hydrogen peroxide, borax, and water. When mixed in the right proportions, these create an effective disinfectant for your dog. Hydrogen peroxide serves as a natural disinfectant and cleanser, while borax (sodium borate) kills mites. Water dilutes the hydrogen peroxide and dissolves the borax.

Other Considerations for Mange Treatment

Additional Borax Uses for Dogs

In addition to using the borax solution, adding a pinch of borax, no more than 1/8 teaspoon, to 1 liter of water for your dog can help treat mange from the inside out. Learn more about borax for dogs here.

Effectiveness of Borax on Mange

Safe and Natural Pest Control Solution

Borax is a natural, effective remedy for killing mange. It is a safe pest control solution and can be used safely to treat your pet's skin.

Types of Mange

Mange in dogs is commonly caused by exposure to infected animals at kennels, pet shelters, dog parks, pet stores, groomers, mobile groomers, or veterinarians. Mange symptoms typically appear two to six weeks after exposure.

Sarcoptic Mange

Sarcoptic Mange is a highly contagious skin infection caused by the Sarcoptes scabei mite. Dogs with sarcoptic mange should be quarantined, as it is contagious to people and other pets.

Demodectic Mange

Demodectic Mange, also known as Demodex or red mange, is the most common form of mange in dogs. It results from an overgrowth of the parasitic demodex mite living in dogs' hair follicles. Demodex is not contagious, and dogs with weak or compromised immune systems are more susceptible.


Key Takeaways on Ted's Dog Mange Cure

Ted's dog mange cure is a safe, natural, and effective home remedy for treating demodectic and sarcoptic mange in dogs. While it can take up to a month or two for complete healing, improvement should be seen after the first or second treatment. The borax solution is safe for your pet's skin and can help disinfect areas where your dog has been to reduce the risk of re-infestation. With proper care and treatment, your dog can recover from mange and enjoy a healthy, happy life.

Read on for feedback from numerous Earth Clinic readers who have successfully used Ted's mange treatment on their dogs!

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Photos of Mange Dogs Cured with Ted's Remedies

Borax and Peroxide User Reviews

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Posted by Dale (Kamiah) on 05/05/2023

Use of Borax as dog shampoo

Can you shampoo your dog with borax dissolved in water as long as it is done quickly and not ingested and rinsed thoroughly? And if it is done, how soon before symptoms would be seen???

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Posted by Chris Scientific (NYC) on 02/19/2023
5 out of 5 stars

1,000th Comment. By the way, Ted's borax and peroxide bath for mange helped me heal my dog in 2011. In the process, the neem oil/carrier oil rub was invented that helped others along the way. Peace to Ted.

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Posted by LKH (North Carolina) on 01/27/2022
5 out of 5 stars

Hi, I have been using this borax and peroxide treatment on my dog for a about a year now… It is the only thing in this world that helps! …but I haven't done the every other day baths until now. I am really determined this time ..I have shaved most of the hair completely off my dog..it's a game changer.. you can see the problem areas more clearly….you are not expending energy going thru a full haired 80 lb labrador dog..which believe me will wear you out every other day.

I also have used the borax water recipe on all our animals for about 5 years now both dogs and cats and they all are very healthy. Our lab is the only one that has the demodectic mange..He is 9 yrs old.

Replied by Paula

Unfortunately, when pets get older their immune systems do not function as well as they used to, just like humans. When the immune system is compromised demodex mites can grow out of control. Use Davis Sulfur Benz shampoo to open your dogs pores, then do Ted's Remedy. It will work on you, too!

Replied by Wendy
(Sarasota Florida)

Could someone let me know if it is safe to use the borax hydrogen peroxide spray on my dog for black spots and itchiness? Nothing seems to help. I have a miniature, short haired dachshund and he has little black spots starting on his chest. The doctor prescribed a CHG MOUSSE . I would appreciate the recipe for the spray please help.🙏🙏🙏

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Posted by MDS (Canada) on 10/14/2021
3 out of 5 stars

I'm several weeks into this treatment with my dogs and not seeing any difference yet. I've washed them each time before I treated them. Put the treatment in a spray bottle and parted the fur to spray their skin and then work it in more with my fingers. My poor black boarder collie is turning orange from drying in the sun! I'll keep at just cause I don't know what else to do but at this point I'm skeptical.

Replied by Joanne
(New Orleans)

Time to take your dog to the vet

Replied by MissM
(New York)

Get PetMd shampoo or similar if you are in Canada. I used it for mites that I caught outside. Good for humans and pets. It's unscented and gets deep into skin and hair follicle. You can dissolve borax into it. The Sulphur and benzoyl kill and dry out mites. FYI these mites like oils, it's food to them so do not put conditioner on dog or anything like that. If it's severe you may have to get ivermectin. My mites got severe, and had to dose with ivermectin two does three weeks apart and use shampoo in between. Pet MD - Benzoyl Peroxide Medicated Shampoo for Dogs and Cats - Effective for Skin Conditions, Dandruff, Itch Relief, Acne and Folliculitis Relief of Scaling and Itching from Dermatitis, Skin Infections, and Follicular Plugging to Stop Scratcting and Pain. Medicated Shampoo for Relieving Dry Itchy and Irritated Skin. Peroxide, Micronized Sulfur and Salicylic Acid for Powerful Cleaning and Degreasing. Soap and Paraben Free. Contains Skin Moisturizers and Deodorizers to Effectively Remove Scales and Oils from the Coat, Leaving your Dog or Cat Fresh, Clean and Happy.

Replied by MissM

Forgot to mention as well as Pet Md shampoo you can get Nustorck Sulphur ointment, it comes in massive tube. You can add more Sulphur to the shampoo, and then use it as a treatment. Now it's Sulphur and pine in an oil base and it's a bit smelly, but it works on all kinds of animal and human skin afflictions.

Replied by Margaret

Response To MDS Canada

Spray bottle? You didn't follow the instructions. Your pet has to be completely saturated with the borax/peroxide/H2O mixture. Gggeezzz! No wonder it's not working for you.


This is not the " original " article . The first one from several years back did indeed have a " spray bottle " option . I know it did because I read it, used it. Just FYI before you poke fun at people.

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Posted by Melissa Cruz (Parker Az ) on 09/16/2020
4 out of 5 stars

Shih tzu caught sarcoptic mange from another family member's dog. Been using this for 1 week so far and keeping dog isolated. He doesn't have sores, not itching much at all. How long would you say to give until he's not contagious anymore? I feel bad keeping him apart but I don't want to go thru this again as we're all healing from scabies from it.

Replied by Bob.

I found this on YouTube from a person in a foreign country somewhere in Asia I think.

Just cover the dog in regular cooking oil - Vegetable oil - This is only temporary and external but the dogs do like to lick it.

What it does is starve the mites of oxygen so they die very rapidly, the person did show images of stray dogs improvement in just a few days that would rival any other treatment & is cheap, can be done anywhere cooking oil is available.

For the itching 2 methods. 100% Unrefined coconut oil, they use this on orangutans for itching as non toxic.

MMS just mix a very small dose, I use 3-6 drops in a quart spray bottle for my own dry itchy allergic to something skin and it takes care of it right away, in fact it`s the best thing I have used so far, it also speeds wound healing & cuts out the sting from minor cuts, scrapes. Ps. DMSO also speeds wound healing I have found this out on my own, so maybe try with any sores, cuts, but it night burn a little so dab with water if this occurs or mix with water then apply.


Sorry - what's MMS?

EC: MMS = Miracle Mineral Supplement

Replied by Deborah
(High point, nc)

Just to be clear, you cannot catch scabies from a dog with mange. Research it and you will find this accurate. Thank you.

(South Texas)

Deborah, High Point, NC, You absolutely can catch scabies from a dog, it is called sarcoptic mange in veterinary medicine. I have discovered that although it is claimed that demodex are host specific, my small dog and I shared demodex brevis. It is called an accidental host. They cannot feed or breed on her but they get all over her [driving her crazy, too] and when we go to bed, they crawl back on me. They can stay alive on her for several days. I am immunocompromised from RA and steroid treatments. I can no longer take biologics because they caused me to go into septic shock 3 times. [Rheumatologists forget to mention the fatal infections that pop up when on biologics] I barely survived each time which has given me a wtf? now attitude about the mites. I know for sure that Ted's Remedy works from working in veterinary medicine. I use lime sulfur dip for dogs after I use sulfur benz dog shampoo on myself. I have to treat myself and my environment constantly because the little bastards love immunocompromised people on cortocosteroids. Love to all!

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Posted by Linda (San Francisco) on 05/29/2020

Is this treatment (Ted's Borax Mange Cure) safe for cats? Thanks!

EC: Yes! We have a page on it!

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Posted by Mim H. (Northern Illinois) on 10/12/2019
5 out of 5 stars

I used Ted's borax remedy and after the second treatment, my doxie is back. Happy and so comfortable with his horrible belly sores almost gone. Winter is coming and I am glad that I will be up to the weekly bath by Thanksgiving and hopefully by January will have finished the 12 weeks. Thank you again for this treatment as the vet just pushes that disgusting medication. My dog thanks you as well!!

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Posted by Kathleen Christian (Portland, Oregon) on 07/03/2019
5 out of 5 stars


about six years ago I adooted my Dad's four year old golden retriever, Belle. Dad had cancer and about the last six months of his life began doing things that didnt really make sense. Belle was the light of his life! But in his illness what he thought was spoiling her and giving her the best was resulting in horrible conditions. Her right ear was constantly swollen and inflamed with yeast infections. Her eyes had yellow and green discharge, she was very overweight and her coat was patched from her biting, chewing and licking her skin. He kept taking her to his vet who kept prescribing antibiotics and steroids, but as soon as the round was finished would go back to back with prescriptions. None of it was helping her. After Dad passed I took Belle home with me. I had a 13-year (but looked and acted like a puppy) old mini schnauzer, Samson, who I adored. Within a month of bringing home Bella, Samson quit eating and was getting so thin. Took them both to my vet who informed me that Samson had a large tumor in his front chest that was suffocating him. He also had a pkethora of medicine for Belle and wanted to give her steroids. I was feeding them both Nutro dry kibble and he shamed me and insisted I buy the Vetrinarian Science Diet he sold. ( after that I studied up on how bad that formula is and that the vets get kickbacks for each sale) so, I eventually was able to get him to release both dogs records, went home and started my journey in the internet. My little buddy Samson had to be put to sleep which to this day was the hardest thing ever. I had someone come to my home to do it and the minute shec came through the door and sat on the carpet with us, he sat up in her lap and new. He had the look of relief. I miss him still and that was six years ago. So, Bella. What to do about my poor 'Princepessa'. Ted saved her (and me) First, I put her in a limited ingredient diet, Acana lamb and rice. Dad was deeding her 2 juice injected chicken breasts a say along with whatever else he thought she woukd like....tuna cat food, potatoes, milk bones...etc.

So I cut out all chicken and to minimize sugar (due to her constant yeast infections) no potatoes, limited grain. Treats were and still are either Wet Noses berry buscuits or Mud bay no grain no chicken treats, Trader Joes Salmon jerkey. I would put ACV in ger water, food and use it as a rinse in her bath. I gave her Organic whole milk bulgarian yogurt in the morning. She lost about 25 lbs which was a great start. Was happy as can be but her ears and skin were terrible mess and stinky. I tried topicals, oil of oregano ( that didnt go over well!) Coconut oil, she would hust lick it off and the scratch and chew herself raw. The cone of shame..no go.... Dr. Ted's mange recipe was our saving grace. after work every other evening I began the routine faithfully. Unfortunately it was winter so it was hard for me to let her drip dry for 30 minutes before trying to do a little warm blow dry, but she was so sweet about it. We bonded. I think anxiety from the loss of my Dad, moving to a new home where I was gone all day and loosing her buddy Samson definitely exasperated her nerves and immunities, but I was on a mission! This was a long process, so please be dedicated and patient. Something else I did to help with the chewing whenever I not home...I took an old t-shirt of mine that I wore to sleep one night, put her front legs thru the arms, her head thru the neck, pulled it ove her back and yummy and cut holes for her back legs! This held the shirt over the area she would lick and chew at. After I would fet dressed each morning I would say, 'now let's get Bella's 'pretty dres's on'. She would get so excited. Once in a while I would take a pair if old drawstring sweat pants, cut them into shorts and put those on tucking in the shirt. Slowly but surely she began healing. As her wounds became smaller from the borax baths I would rub some coconut oil into them for anti-bacterial protection and to encourage the healing process. Her smell began to go away. Her right ear was still a BIG challenge. Betadine solution in a cotton pad, then I would spray colloidal silver.

At night I would rub with coconut oil. She new the routine and would lay in her left side as soon as she saw the cotton and coconut oil. All she knew is I was was trying to help her and she was thankful. And I was and am sooo thankful that she trusts me so much! One other thing, you know the all to familiar 'frito feet' smell? Try this, I take a cotton pad, dip it in brown Listerine and rub it in her paws. After a couple times if that...no more frito feet! Repeat as necessary which shouldnt need to be often if your buddy isnt suffering from an underlying larger yeast issue! Cheap and very effective! Belle is a beautiful happy, healthy 10 year old who looks and acts (physically) much younger than that! Everybody in the neighborhood loves her and counts in her smile as they go to work or come home. When they no we're iutsise, they come out to let her....I feel like the Pied Piper! And now...her diet: AM:-1 cup dry kibble (Acana singles, lamb and rice) with three pumps Grizzly Pollock Oil brand Omega 3 Fatty Acids and about a quarter cup water. Swish it around in the bowl and she loves it! PM: 1 cup same dry kibble and one heaping tablespoon of canned pumpkin (not pumpkin pie filler!) Treats remain the same as above with occasional fresh apple or banana and pnut butter. Her coat is like silk! Ted's remedy worked like a miracle after trying so many other things that didnt work.

I highly encourage and endorse using this method for your pet...and remember, patience and commitment! This brought us both so close to one another after our losses. Belle (a.k.a. Princepessa) is my best friend and faithful companion!

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Posted by Barb (Duluth, MN) on 02/02/2019
5 out of 5 stars

We are 1 week into Ted's mange treatment and what a difference. I started treating drinking water at the same time due to how bad the mange got. To prevent scratching, I cut of a pair of tights for socks and used medical tape to keep them on and then put a pair of mittens over socks. I also cut tight waist band off to make a fabric shield for middle of my pom's body. And then I covered him in a child's onesie after he dried again to prevent scratching. His hair is starting to grow back and he is so much more comfortable now. Will update each week.

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Posted by Walter's Mama (Henderson, Nv) on 12/17/2018
5 out of 5 stars

When we adopted our dog Walter 4 years ago he came to us with Demodex mange. We used Ted's cure and it was a godsend, he got immediate relief from his itching and the mange eventually cleared up. Now a few years down the road he has come into contact with dog lice. I really don't want to use any of the chemical things suggested by the vet and I'm curious if anyone knows if this treatment would also work on dog lice?

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Posted by Carlos (Sacramento, Ca) on 08/30/2018

Ok so this is Maya...she was my birthday present on July 29th 2018; About a week later she began getting rashes probably from the food change nothing new (I've had bull dogs before) gave her some Benadryl and wasn't getting any better...so gave her 2 shots of Triamcinelone to give her a boost for the allergies...it worked for a few days but also suppressed her immune system! So lo and behold demodex mange....so Ivomec .25ml of 1% Ivomec sub cutaneous and giving .4 ml po every day for probably 30 days.

Shes getting worse! So now it's Ted's remedy...I'll keep you updated🧐

Boy, what a present but it's really not a chore because she's so special and cute!

Ps. The second one is a before pic

Replied by Theresa
(Mpls., Mn)

Hey Carlos,

Bully lover here! She really has it bad :-( What are you feeding her? And please keep us posted!

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Posted by Ellise (Canada) on 07/16/2018
4 out of 5 stars


My 2 year old Staffy has had mange for about 3 months now, she is losing hair all over her body in little amounts. I started the Borax Mange Remedy treatment last week, and so far, she's been much calmer, and scratches less. The only thing that I have noticed is that it seems like her skin is very dry, and she's seemingly losing more hair (could it be because of the frequent use of shampoo?) after her baths.

Do I have to shampoo her EVERY time I do the treatment? Let me know! Thank you.

Replied by Kinga
(Tinley Park, Il)

Yes, shampoo the dog first before the borax bath. Rinse well. Then do the borax, water and hydrogen peroxide 1% mix. Pour over a dog for 10 minutes all over in a bath. I was rinsing mine with small plastic container I had since it was easier in a bathtub. I did that for good 10 minutes - all over. Then leave the solution on the dog, I carry mine outside so he can shake it all over.

Don't worry if his hair coming out ever more and skin is ultra dry - that is normal. Mange is dying off the skin. You will notice that after few baths the skin turns like black or so. That is normal - skin will return into its pink color after you stop with baths in 2-3 months.

1. Very important - clean the floors, house, dogs bed, leash, brushes, anything he has contact with - hot water and borax. That will kill all the mites, larves and anything you have on the floor. (it is not visible with naked eye but it is there). Keep the dog in one clean area - and was the floor with hot water and borax every other day. He have to be in ultra clean place. No riding in a car either - there are mites there (if we was in your card before).

2. Another important part of treatment is giving your dog a water mixed with borax for internal clean. 1 liter of water and 1/8 of teaspoon of borax. Mix it. Give it to him as a water. I gave mine after a walk since he never wanted to drink but when we came back and he was thirsty - either that or no other water. He drink it. You will notice that his energy is back, eats better with time. Don't worry if he puke at first after the water with borax. That is normal. Mine chow-chow did not but I read that some dogs do. The idea here is to kill mites internally since they are digging tunnels deep in a skin and lay new eggs. They mix with dogs blood internally and that is why it is so hard to get rid of them. Adding borax to his water will do the job...you will notice in 1-2 days or so. Energy comes back to the dog, he wants to eat and live. When mites overtake dogs body they drain blood and energy out of him, that is why he is so skinny and weak.

3. Do not use any lotions, oils, anything moist on his skin. Mites - LOVE THAT - don't do it. The idea is that borax will dry off the skin and those nasty parasites with them. It does work for sure.

4. Mine chow chow is mite free for 6 years now. I did good treatment once for 4 months and I kept him in one area, cleaned house with borax (floors, sheets - anything he might have been - (don't use it on the leather, I destroyed my purse by accident when I swiped with borax, I taught that mites might be on it since he smell something there all the time).

5. Follow the steps and mange does not return. 100% truth here - my dog is healthy, red hair grew back, black crust on his skin went way (after so many borax baths)- I only wash him when I see he scratches a bit because I worry that he might pick up a thick or something. I do the borax bath and he stops scratching.

Replied by Rose
(Fowler, Ca)

Do I have to shampoo my dog every time I use the Borax & Peroxide treatment?

Replied by Theresa
(Mpls., Mn)

Hey Rose,

If your dog is clean, you don't need to shampoo.

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Posted by Meredith J. (Louisiana) on 06/27/2018 1 posts
5 out of 5 stars

When we got Loki he had a few tiny red bumps on his belly and he had a faint odor. We automatically thought fleas and he needed a bath. We gave him a bath in Dawn and picked a few fleas but not many and the odor returned a few hours later. As the days rolled by the bumps got worse and became rough. Loki's odor became more pungent and he started itching a lot. Found out that Loki had mange. I came across Ted's Remedy!!! Very affordable, convenient, easy and our pup loved the frequent attention from both of his fav peeps. This really works. Thanks.

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Posted by Josie (Manalapan) on 06/19/2018
5 out of 5 stars

Borax, HydroPerxide, Water solution:

Bye Bye expensive sprays, shampoos, and ointment. This is all I need to treat my mini French poodle baby. On the very first day of treatment - I noticed a big improvement. I wonder why none of her vets (she had three and no one ever made her condition any better) did not recommend this formula. It's been three weeks and the itching, watery eyes, bad temper - all gone. She is happy!! I am happy too!!

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Posted by Jax (Sanford, Nc) on 06/16/2018
5 out of 5 stars

This is a great site. I just discovered you by accident. I have every bug on earth here, snakes, poison oak/poison ivy. My poor animals have been getting mange for the first time. My pigs got it and one dog it because she kept laying in the mite fabric the pigs laid in. I had it in plastic bags off the floor to take to laundromat. I have been bathing her in a tea-tree/oatmeal shampoo.