January 7, 2021

Can dog mange cause front tooth decay only, and is a dog mange that cant pass to other dogs easily treatable, and expensive?


Tooth decay is NEVER caused by mange.  And it cannot be fixed by “just” brushing (if that is what you see) VERSUS (for example) stained teeth from a bout of distemper, heavy tartar build-up, or bad wear from chewing on fencing, etc.  Distemper can also cause a purulent eye discharge and pustular dermatitis.  There is no way for any of us to *know* if the dog has that, or mange (or which TYPE thereof) or multiple issues (like food allergies – which could also cause goopy eyes) or an eye infection etc., etc. etc.  Don’t WAIT => see the vet, ASAP.


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