Isolate your dog to prevent scabies from spreading to other pets. If your dog has mange, you should keep it away from other pets to prevent transmission. Make sure your dog is in a safe and warm place. Do not isolate it by tying it outdoors or letting it be in an unheated space in winter / rain. Choose one space in your home to isolate it during the treatment for the healing of the scabies.
How to Give Your Dog Medication and Other Treatments?
While the dog is isolated, provide food, water, blankets, and also toys for him. Make sure you take time with him, take him for a walk, and play with him so the dog does not get scared because it is isolated. In extraordinary cases, humans may be infected by mites that cause scabies in dogs. Protect yourself by wearing gloves when you provide care to your dog
Give medication and other treatments as directed by the veterinarian. The treatment of your dog depends on the type of scabies that infects it that can only be determined exactly with the veterinarian’s permission. Some dogs require a special bath, a prescription from a doctor, or even an injection to cure the scabies. Make sure you follow the veterinarian’s instructions for the treatment of your dog and contact the veterinarian if you have any questions or concerns. Do not try to diagnose and treat your dog yourself without the help of a veterinarian.