Pet Ear Infections

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Pet Ear Infections

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Does your dog or cat have ear Infections? Do you spend time and money at the vet’s office trying to soothe your beloved pet, only to find another infection appears over time? If so, you may want to try some more natural approaches to prevent and treat your pet’s ear infections.

Dogs and cats have an incredible sense of hearing. To protect your hearing and prevent damage to the eardrum, your ear canals are L-shaped. So The problem with this design is that it allows the ears to trap parasites, moisture, dirt, and earwax, and any of these can lead to ear infections. Up to 80 percent of ear problems in dogs are associated with allergies, and ear plugs are often the cause of infections in cats.

The traditional treatment for ear infections consists of giving antibiotics,So  fungicides,

or other medications. The problem with this approach is that the medications disrupt

the normal chemistry within the ear and can possibly turn a simple infection into a

long-term problem. So It makes more sense to treat underlying allergies and strengthen

your immune system so it can fight bacteria and other germs BEFORE they cause an infection.

So There are also many natural treatments to clean the ears and stop infections without

the use of medications.

These are signs of an ear infection:

* Pets shake their head or keep it to one side.

* Pets scratch or rub their ears or rub their heads against furniture or carpets.

* There is a yellow, brown or black discharge from one or both ears.

* Ears smell bad or are sore or red.

The Infections solutions

* Clean his ears with vinegar: So If your pet’s ears are full of brownish-pinkish wax,

it is very likely that the allergies have caused a fungal infection. To clear up yeast infections

clean your ears well. So Veterinarians often recommend the use of white vinegar, also called

acetic acid, because it removes dirt and helps restore a healthy chemical balance in the ears.

Diluted vinegar works well. So When using vinegar, pour a small amount into the ear canal,

massage the area, and gently clean the inside of the ear with a cotton swab. Do this once

a day until the ear is better.

* Stop Pau D’Arcy Infections: Pau D’Arcy herb, So which comes from the inner bark of a

South American tree, is a natural antibiotic that quickly kills fungi and bacteria.

At the first sign of infection, mix equal parts pau D’Arcy tincture and mineral oil and

put several drops in your pet’s ears. So Give the drops two to three times a day for several days.

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