Somewhere on the move from Arizona to Oklahoma, my Red Tailed Boa got mites. I think they got into her cage during the move, which sat in a trailer for a couple days. Anyway, this did exactly what it was supposed to.Some additional tips for getting rid of mites:* Don't spray the bedding, get rid of it.* Put your snake or lizard into a completely clean place, preferably smooth surfaced like glass or plastic, and spray them as well as the container. If you don't have a good place to put them, go grab a rubbermaid container from a local store, they work perfectly for this.* Completely empty the cage and spray it down thoroughly* Anything other than bedding in the cage (such as hides, food/water bowls, etc) should be removed and frozen, then sprayed and put back. Just put them in your freezer for at least 24 hours.* Spray the new bedding when you put it in. It may be mite-free, but it will give the mites a safe place to hide, so spray it anyway.* I usually apply the spray to everything a couple times, respraying the cage and the snake just before reintroducing it back to it's cageIf you do that, you should be able to get rid of the mites in one go. Otherwise you will likely be dealing with them again in a week or two.
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