Question by super gooberlicious: How long does it take to cure mange? And does the animal ever get their hair back?
No I do not have an animal with mange, but I have been watching Animal Cops and they have rescued a few dogs with mange.. they didn’t go into to details however about mange and what happened to animals.
Answer by apbtlvr
It depends on what kind of mange and how severe it is. Most of the time they can grow their hair back if they have demodectic.
Demodectic mange will never go away. The dog will have to be managed for the rest of it’s life. Also, if I remember right, it is hereditary and will be passed onto any offspring it has.
The other kind of mange does go away, if I remember right, but I have no experience with it so I can’t say for sure.
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