Sep 24, 2013 ... Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about head lice, head lice treatment, and
pediculosis. ... Should my pets be treated for head lice?
Lice are spread by head-to-head contact and are ... Nits (lice eggs) can fall off a
person's head, hatch and cause ... You can get lice from your dog or other pets.
Therefore, if your child comes home from school with a diagnosis of head lice,
your dog, cat, or other pets in the household are not at risk from catching the lice
"I felt a sort of panic and dread," said another mother in my son's class, whose
child also had lice. "I hated the idea they could be anywhere; it's so hard to see ...
Your vet can diagnose your pet
and treat it appropriately, possibly using a drug like Ivermectin . So don't worry about you or your child getting lice
from your furry pet
with pediculosis (lice
infestation) . Rats, mice, guinea pigs, and gerbils are the most common pe
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3. Head lice are contracted by head-to-head contact with an infested person or
through contact with that person's belongings. 4. Pets do not transmit head lice to
May 3, 2014 ... The short answer is no, although dogs and humans can get lice, there are many
different kinds that are specialized for different species; even ...
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Lice are parasites that live on the skin of an affected dog. They are actually a ...
Jan 3, 2014 ... Chewing lice are tiny, flat, wingless insects that feed on the dead skin of pets.
Unlike ticks and fleas, they are species-specific, so different ...
Lice spend their entire life cycle on the pet. There are several kinds of lice. Blood-
sucking lice belong to the group Anoplura. Those that do not suck blood, but ...