Charity is a little dog fox that had terrible mange. He was nearly naked and must have been terribly cold in the winter months. He was not a daily visitor in our garden so it was not straight-forward to treat him. It took many night watches into the small hours to successfully administer the prescribed two dosages of medication to him.
When he eventually took the medicated food his health improved within a week. Within 4 months he had grown a brand-now coat that will keep him warm and might impress the vixens he may court soon. He is now a happy and healthy fox, and we are overjoyed that he could be treated without having to trap him and remove him from his fox clan and territory. Without treatment he would died a slow and agonizing death. Now he has a new lease of life