Lice on dogs can be treated with deworming medication containing ingredients such as Seramycin, Fipronil and Moxicodin. In addition, dogs can be treated with bathing products that contain lice-removal effects. In the case of dogs that already have lice on their bodies, in addition to using deworming medication you also need to use anti-inflammatory medication to avoid causing secondary infection at the bitten spots. It is necessary to feed the dog on a daily basis with regular deworming as a prevention, and also to keep the living environment dry and clean.

Dogs with lice can be treated by using in-vitro deworming medication, such as dewormers containing ingredients such as Seramycin, Fipronil, Moxicodin, etc. When doing in-vitro deworming for your dog, you should pay attention to not bathing your dog for three days before and after, and the dosage of the medication should be chosen in strict accordance with the weight of the dog and the instructions for use, to protect your dog from poisoning caused by the large amount of medication used, or to avoid failing to achieve the deworming effect due to insufficient medication. It is recommended to deworm your dog once a month, and wear an Elizabethan ring promptly after using the medication to prevent your dog from licking it.

When a dog has lice, it can also be treated by using a bath shampoo that has the effect of removing lice. Generally lice on dogs can be diagnosed by the lice or lice eggs in the dog's coat. Usually adult lice are flat, six-legged insects without wings, and the eggs can be seen attached to the hair shaft and displayed as small white dots. When a dog is infected with lice there will be excessive scratching, hair loss, anemia and other symptoms, and the dog can also be bathed regularly to keep the dog's coat clean.

In addition, lice can be transmitted to healthy dogs through direct contact with infected pets or through contact with contaminated used items, so usually do not take your dog out to contact pets of unknown origin. When the dog has lice infection, you also need to sterilize and clean the dog's living environment and used items to avoid re-infection, and do not keep the dog in a dirty and humid environment.

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