Homeopathic Mange Treatment for Foxes (Psorinum)

£5.00

Our mange treatment is a gentle remedy which works as a supplement to the fox’s regular diet.  In conjunction with a reliable food source, it may help to improve the immune system and assist in combating the symptoms and discomfort caused by the skin mite.  Good food is essential to the recovery of a fox suffering from mange and the treatment must be added to raw chicken or liver, or cat and dog food.  One bottle will last for at least the full treatment of one fox, but it can take several weeks for any improvement to be visible.  The treatment will be sent with further guidelines.

Positive results are less convincing on foxes suffering more than 40% visible mange but, whatever the result, and given that wildlife is not generally co-operative, it is sometimes the only possible option in the absence of capture. 

As it is homeopathic it will not hurt any other animal, and is safe to give to pregnant or lactating females.

If you have any questions regarding this treatment, please first read our article “What’s wrong with the fox in my garden?”.  If you have any further questions please don’t hesitate to call the hospital for advice on 09061 800 132 (calls cost 50p a minute).

This is for the treatment of mange in wild foxes ONLY and is not for human consumption.

Please note, it is £5 per bottle.

Our mange treatment is a gentle remedy which works as a supplement to the fox’s regular diet.  In conjunction with a reliable food source, it may help to improve the immune system and assist in combating the symptoms and discomfort caused by the skin mite.  Good food is essential to the recovery of a fox suffering from mange and the treatment must be added to raw chicken or liver, or cat and dog food.  One bottle will last for at least the full treatment of one fox, but it can take several weeks for any improvement to be visible.  The treatment will be sent with further guidelines.

Positive results are less convincing on foxes suffering more than 40% visible mange but, whatever the result, and given that wildlife is not generally co-operative, it is sometimes the only possible option in the absence of capture. 

As it is homeopathic it will not hurt any other animal, and is safe to give to pregnant or lactating females.

If you have any questions regarding this treatment, please first read our article “What’s wrong with the fox in my garden?”.  If you have any further questions please don’t hesitate to call the hospital for advice on 09061 800 132 (calls cost 50p a minute).

This is for the treatment of mange in wild foxes ONLY and is not for human consumption.

Please note, it is £5 per bottle.