Recent Examples of mange from the Web
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.
Coyote mange, when applicable, is being examined by researchers at the state Dept. of Fish and Wildlife in Sacramento.
While people can develop an uncomfortable rash from sarcoptic mange, Seamans knew the cat needed some human contact.
Coyote mange, when applicable, is being examined by researchers at the state Department of Fish and Wildlife in Sacramento.
The roof has bald spots where shingles have fallen off like fur from mange.
Mange is usually not fatal, but Riley and colleagues’ research has shown that bobcats ingest rat poison via their prey, which in turn lowers their immunity and makes them more susceptible to dying from mange.
Libre, a Boston terrier, was found starving, covered in mange and left for dead at an Amish dog-breeding farm in Lancaster County in 2016.
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Origin and Etymology of mange
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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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