Olive Oil

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Olive oil isn’t just for cooking, as many health experts already know, but most people don’t think of it as such an effective remedy for mange. If your dog is infected with parasitic mites, you can apply olive oil directly to the inflamed areas. The natural anti-inflammatory properties of olive oil will help to soothe the itching and also suffocate the parasites, stopping the spread of the infection. Olive oil also possesses a number of powerful organic compounds that can stimulate regrowth and repair of the affected areas, helping to speed up hair growth and getting your pooch back to normal even faster.

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