Lemon

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There are a number of strong acidic components in lemon, as well as a number of antioxidant and antimicrobial compounds. These make it highly effective in eliminating the parasites on your dog’s skin, which struggle to survive in acidic conditions. You can squeeze half a lemon into a cup of water, or steep lemon peels in water overnight, and then apply that liquid directly to the areas of your dog affected by mange. This will stop the spread of the parasitic infection and also disinfect the wounded areas, preventing any further infections from forming. Furthermore, your dog will smell lemon-fresh all day!

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