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Eileen - 249708   Port Perry, ON

1/20/2013 4:58:56 AM

I just do regular cleaning of my dogs ears so I do not have any ear problems.

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Leslie - 233329   Lakeside, AZ

1/15/2013 6:19:19 PM

Good information. thanks

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skiw9748   Hartford, AL

11/30/2012 3:47:44 PM

My vet gave some ear drops to put in his ear 3 times a day and it worked no more scraching !

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becky   fresno, CA

10/27/2011 6:22:39 PM

Why does my 6 month old chihuahua hide her food? She hides it all over the house.

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Stephen   Chicago, IL

7/9/2011 10:10:52 AM

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CC   Duncan, BC

2/25/2011 8:14:26 PM

Forgot to mention: Likely hood of allergies is yeast imbalance. Yeast loves sugar so omit high glycemic foods. All of them! Including kibble that contains Any. If you don't understand what an ingredient is in the commercial food or treats, don't feed it. Know Exactly what you are feeding your dog and instead of consulting a vet for scratching and or ear infections, consult a holistic animal care doctor. Nothing against vets, it is just that they have little training in nutrition. We are what we eat and if your dog has a skin problem or an ear infection, and a foriegn body inside is ruled out, something is out of wack in their body. Cause; diet. Do you rotate kibble so to keep nutrients balanced for example? Feeding the same old food over and over again, be it cooked or commercial can cause deficiencies that eventually show up as such things as allergies etc. Support healing, treat the whole body, not just the symptoms.

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CC   Duncan, BC

2/25/2011 8:07:10 PM

Ever since I got my dog she would scratch her ear and sniff her paw :0 I stopped feeding her carrots, peas, sweet potatos (high Glycemic) and grains (brown rice) and moved her onto a low glycemic kibble (1/2 home cooked and 2/3 kibble diet). Result: No more scratching. None. Three weeks later, introduced carrots again. Next day, scratching, again. A week later, Gave brown rice. Next day, scratching.

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jean   sellersville, PA

11/21/2010 10:50:28 AM

my havenese dog 1 1/2 yrs scratches ears
constantly.
have done everything. the only thing that works is perscription meds,but don't want to keep him on them all the time. any
ideas?
fitz@mygait.com

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Janet   Bethlehem, PA

9/20/2010 5:52:42 AM

good article, thanks

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Kristin   Plano, TX

9/18/2010 7:27:00 PM

My yorkie has chronic ear infections, which is typical for yorkies, but is dreadful for my poor baby. We went to several vets, did a lot of tests, and even went to a canine dermatologist. All were the same result, vary rarely were they cured, and they always came back. My dog suffers from them every day
:(

At one point, recently, his ears were really bad and I was reluctant to take him to the vet yet again to get the same poor results, so I got my brain working. What could I do to cure a yeast infection for my dog's ears? Believe it or not I tried female yeast infection medicine. I just use a Q-tip to spread the medicine all over the outside and outer inner ear- and IT WORKS! And is MUCH cheaper than all the vet visits and RXs. I have not come across any side effects. All I know is that my dog is happier now that his ears are getting better, and I find it worth it.

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jim   lakewood, CO

4/19/2010 10:41:19 AM

constant shaking of head and scratching near ears

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Arnetta   Baltimore, MD

2/8/2010 1:46:53 PM

thanks for the info.

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Carol   Washington, DC

1/4/2010 5:55:58 PM

yYS, IT'S SAFE TO USE VINIGAR AND WATER. BUT YOU SHOULD PROBABLY ASK YOUR VET FIRST. :) THE RATIO IS 1/2 &1/2

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Julia   Escalon, CA

10/1/2009 3:53:05 PM

Im sure to go to the vet now

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Stephanie   North Canton, OH

9/17/2009 1:15:41 PM

Thanks for the info-I have to take my puppy to the vet tomorrow bc he has been shaking his head and scratching at his left ear :( Good to know ahead of time what the vet can possibly tell me. Thanks again.

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erin   eden, NC

8/11/2009 10:01:14 AM

My dog is an outside dog all year round, but for some reason he only Scratches his ears when it comeS summer. He will scratch his ears till they bleed on top. I beileve it is flys are getting on his ears and it irratates him.Cause every time i go feed him there are flys on his ears so.. i dont know what to do about the flys?

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macenzie   otsego, MI

8/7/2009 3:00:22 PM

i have a "bully/boxer" and she repeatedly gets yeast ifections in her ears. Iheard you could "wash"them with a solution of vinegar and water. does anyone know if this is true? it makes sense, women have done the same thing for eons. If you do know f it's safe do you know the ratio, too?

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Kelsey   Haileybury, OH

7/30/2009 11:55:35 AM

My dog is 10 years old, and always seems to be scratching her ears and grunting, and I do not beleive she has any allergies, or fleas...what else could it be? Other than that she acts normal and is in good shape and health.

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Julia   Escalon, CA

6/27/2009 9:06:34 AM

i took my dog to the vet & he had a staph infection.): But still going strong.(:

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janet   bethlehem, PA

5/21/2009 4:33:36 AM

good article thank you

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