How I finally stopped the constant scratching.


“I can truly say my dog is alive now because of you.”

“Muffin was suffering terribly. She was so uncomfortable she was just a shell of the lively dog she once was. 

The vet said there was nothing more to try. He said we’d just have to find a way to live with it or that he could put her down.

As a last resort, I tried your natural method. The torment she had been living with for what seemed like forever disappeared within days! Muffin is so happy now!

She is back to normal with no itching or hair loss. It was with great pleasure that I threw out all the medicines that didn’t work.”

Marla S.

Is your dog’s scratching, biting, digging and whimpering breaking your heart?

Helplessly watching your pet constantly scratch and chew its own skin is horrifying. With my dog, big patches of her hair were gone and she was continually gnawing at painful patches of inflamed raw skin. It’s like she was possessed. I couldn’t make her stop.

If your dog is behaving like this she is trying to get rid of something that itches like crazy. Your pet may literally tear holes in its skin to stop the insane itching. You are probably all too aware of the pattern: Itching and scratching. Biting and whimpering. It goes on night and day. The more your dog digs, the more hair falls out and the bigger the red raw spots get. The insane cycle can spin your dog up into a nervous, miserable mess!

If you’re like I was, you’re lost and don’t know how to help your dog. Nothing you’ve tried has worked. Please don’t give up! You CAN put an end to your dog’s mysterious roller coaster ride.

There is hope. There’s a lot more than hope. You can stop your dog’s nightmare.

What do you see when you look into your dogs eyes now? Confusion? Pain? Torture? Now imagine looking into them and seeing pure happiness again instead of sad bewilderment. Comfort has replaced the torturous itching. Your pet’s coat is full and shiny again. That tail thumps madly and there is no sign of pain. Your dog has rediscovered the joy of life! It’s not a dream. You can heal your dog yourself!

I want to share the breakthrough that gives you back your happy dog. But before I get to that let’s see if we’re on the same page.

Let me tell you about what happened to my girl Belle. When she was about 2 years old her once beautiful coat turned patchy. Almost overnight she developed angry red splotches. She simply couldn’t leave them alone. Within a few days she was covered in ugly sores from the scratching. Sometimes she developed secondary staph infections that made her even more miserable. I had no idea what was wrong.

belle-head-small.jpgShe was miserable. I took her to the vet week after week. That poor dog endured all kinds of treatments. Allergy treatments. Antibiotics. Steroids. Antihistamines. Special foods. Special shampoos. Ointments, creams, you name it. We tried it all. Nothing helped.

I just couldn’t give up. There had to be something! So I did what you’re doing now. I dug for answers. Night after night I researched and read. I read about mange but moved on quickly. “Mange? No way!” Nice dogs don’t get mange. We took great care of her and gave her a good clean home. Finally I had to admit it. The symptoms were a match. Everything made sense.

Belle had Sarcoptic mange.

When I swallowed my ego I learned that mange isn’t some incurable plague that brands a dog as undesirable. I discovered that mange is really common. Mange is simply when microscopic mites on your dog have a population explosion. It can happen to any dog.

Dogs with Sarcoptic mites were just in the wrong place at the wrong time. Those with Demodectic mites have a bigger challenge because their immune system is weak, which is why the mites took over. They tunnel down to breed deep in the layers of your dog’s skin. Your dog is like an ant farm on steroids on a microscopic level. It’s no wonder some poor animals practically destroy themselves trying to get rid of them.

Top Mange Symptoms

If your pet is suffering any of the symptoms below, your pet could be the victim of sarcoptic mange.

Constant Biting, scratching & chewing at skin and coat

Hair thinning and falling out

Rashes and bumps

Patches of scaly, red, irritated skin

Areas of raw or bleeding skin that do not heal

Intense itching

Agitation, nervousness, restlessness

Obvious discomfort


So I learned everything I could about those evil parasites and discovered a perspective unlike anything I’d heard from vets. Suddenly it became clear why nothing we’d tried worked.

The insecticides, lyme dips, shampoos and creams were just burning her raw skin. The steroids only stopped the itch for a few days. Antibiotics cleared up the infections but they came right back. Those were only treating her symptoms! We weren’t even close to the problem!

I did what I had to do.

Even though my background is in engineering and product development, I didn’t go down this road to invent yet another pet product. I had two choices. I could put my dog down to end her misery or I could find a way to save her life. I took one look at Belle and I became an inventor.

That’s how Mite Avenge® came to be, and today Belle is a gorgeous happy dog. And she was the instigator for a product that has been a lifesaver for many suffering dogs and their owners.

If you’re reading this page it shows me you’re serious about eliminating your dog’s misery. You’ve probably heard bad things about mange and its treatment. There are plenty of rumors and speculations that may be swaying your impressions one way or another. Explore our website to learn more – start here.

Forget the stigma, the rumors, and even what your vet may have told you. You deserve the truth.

So if you’re ready, here are the top 3 mange myths…

toby-sm.jpgMyth #1 – Mange is a Sign of a Poorly Kept Dog

Scraggly strays and dogs whose skin is a mess often get branded as a “mangy mutt”. Even though mange is a medical condition, the mere term has an unpleasant stigma that strikes fear in the hearts of dog owners. “Mange? Not my dog!”

But the truth is, mites could easily attack your dog. Mange is caused by microscopic parasitic mites. The types that are responsible for most canine mange are Demodex and Sarcoptic. Both are miserable, progressive and dangerous.

Myth #2 – Mange Will Go Away on Its Own. Just Ignore It.

Well there’s a little bit of truth to that myth. A small percentage of dogs with Demodectic mange spontaneously recover. That’s because Demodectic mangeis essentially an auto-immune disease. All dogs have a few Demodex mites naturally but in dogs with healthy immune systems, the mite population stays under control and everything is rosy. If the mites blossom in number, the dog develops a mange infestation. Occasionally the dog’s immune system can strengthen on it’s own, and beat the mites back down. The most common cases of untreated mange going away happen in juvenile dogs with mild Demodectic mange. If you choose to ignore it and hope it goes away, keep in mind that Demodectic mange is progressive and more often than not, it spirals out of control.

If your dog has contracted Sarcoptic mange, it will NOT go away on its own. It is progressive to the point of being fatal. Sarcoptic mange is highly contagious, and will eventually infect the other animals in your home (and even you). Swift action is required to keep your home from becoming infested, which will make getting rid of them more difficult.

Regardless of what type it is – once mange is visible, your dog could have thousands, even millions of parasites under its skin. More often than not, mange spirals into an ever-worsening condition. Even if it disappears or stabilizes, the parasites are still there. If something stresses the dog or wears it down, the mites can take over again with a vengeance.

Myth #3 – At Home Treatments Don’t Work. Only A Vet Can Treat Mange.

I can see how this myth got started. Some over-the-counter home treatments do not work. That because they sit on top of the skin and don’t kill all the mites or they just treat the symptoms. Sometimes people just can’t stand the odor of the sulfurs and chemicals that are commonly used so they don’t apply often enough. Or they can’t stand the ointment being smeared on the sofa and they just give up. Reports also show that if a regime is too long or complicated, owners don’t follow through. They just throw in the towel and say it didn’t work. However I can attest to thousands of healthy dogs that have beaten mange because our home treatment DOES work!

Veterinarians can and do treat mange. Sometimes successfully. Many follow a standard course of drugs that escalates into harsher treatments if the dog does not respond. Only a vet can administer some of the more toxic pesticides or give injections of Ivomec. Ivomec is a drug meant for cows and pigs that is used “off label” for mange. Even though Ivomec is a vet’s heavy hitter, it fails about a third of the time. In fairness, most vets do the best they can. But…

You can stop your dog’s suffering.

3bottles-transparent.pngImagine rinsing your dog with a gentle solution. Your bare hands and nose only detect soothing feelings. Your dog’s feeling better already. But the news you really want to hear is those vile mites are screaming and dying this instant!

You’ve just applied Mite Avenge®, nature’s deadliest miticides in a solution with a special delivery system that gets it down into the mite’s home territory. You just wiped out thousands of tiny parasites in an instant! And it’s so safe your dog can turn around and lick it off with absolutely no harm!

There is no other way to give your dog such an unbelievable shot at a super fast recovery.

Learn more about Mite Avenge® here.