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To treat his mange, Dex was placed on tablets and took medicated baths every second day to help his skin heal and his hair regrow.
The cub, who was found to be suffering from a severe case of mange, was rescued by good Samaritans before being turned over to the California Department of Fish and Wildlife.
Some had thick mats of fur dragging the ground, and some had no fur due to likely mange, officials said.
In the early 2000s, one of these inbred populations suffered an outbreak of mange.
The special effects are only distinguished by a peculiar concern for verisimilitude — the initially snowy George gets really dirty on his way to Chicago, while the unnamed giant wolf appears to be suffering from mange.
But the 3½-week-old red fox kit was found alone last week in the middle of a busy street on Milwaukee's southwest side suffering from hypothermia, dehydration, mange and an upper respiratory infection.
Lily, a lurcher abandoned and near death, had suffered from malnutrition and mange.
Southern California Animal Advocates also have reported getting calls about animals with mange including raccoons, skunk, opossums and even squirrels.
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MANGE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of mange for English Language Learners
: a skin disease of animals (such as cats and dogs) and sometimes people that causes itching and loss of hair
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