What Does Sarcoptic Mange Look like?

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Sarcoptic mange, or scabies, is a contagious skin disease that causes scabs, hair loss and itching in animals. It is caused by mites and usually affects the face, elbows, and ear margins. It can be treated using Invermectin, a 4 week treatment that is injected into the animal.
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Sacoptic Mange is an illness that is often found in wolves, dogs and cats. It is an infection where mites enter the skin and cause hair loss. Animals suffering from this will have patches of fur missing with just the skin exposed. You can find more information here: http://www.live-tadpoles.com/
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Sarcoptic mange is the more severe type, and is characterized by hair loss, bumps and scabs. It's caused by mites which are normally present on all animals, but becomes a problem
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Sarcoptic Mange leaves red, scaly itchy skin that characterizes
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