What are My Options for Dog Ear Yeast Infections?
Q: What are dog ear yeast infections?
A: Dog ear yeast infections are an overgrowth of one of the members of the Malassezia family. The presence of yeast in a dog’s ear is not a problem in and of itself, it is the overgrowth of yeast that indicates a problem.
Q: What are the symptoms of a dog ear yeast infection?
A: Symptoms of a dog ear yeast infection include bad smell, constant scratching, redness or dirty ears. The smell can be described as stale yet ripe and is quite unpleasant. On further examination you may have seen other symptoms–filthy ears or a sticky/oozing discharge. If the dog’s discomfort tipped you off, you probably noticed frequent scratching or head shaking.
Symptoms of dog ear yeast infections are often the same as other dog ear infections.
Q: If dog ear yeast infection symptoms are the same as other types of dog ear infections, how do I know if this is really a dog ear yeast infection?
A: Though many drugs exist which target specific infection types (such as gram-positive bacteria or ear mites or dog ear yeast infections), you would need to run lab tests to be able to use them effectively. One problem with running lab tests, is that doctors make educated guesses as to the cause of the ear infection and then test based on that guess and they skip other tests due to high costs. Though the type of ear infection may be accurately diagnosed, secondary infections are commonly missed and left undiagnosed.
But why go through the time and expense of lab testing if you can use a natural formula in the comfort of your own home which works on most ear infection types including dog ear yeast infections? Your dog’s symptoms could be cleared before you even get the lab results back!
If we told you your options are to either:
1. Go to the vet for professional treatment; or 2. Use our natural, broad-spectrum dog ear infection formula called EcoEars to treat it yourself at home quickly and easily.
Which would you choose? Most people who choose Option 1 do not know that a safe and effective home treatment option exists. Professional treatment usually requires office visits, an ear cleaner, oral antibiotics and a steroid or drug. Because Option 2 works on all of the most common infection types, it is the only product needed.
What about the cost? And the guarantee? Option 1 costs in the range of $150 depending on tests, medications, and procedures performed. More if you need to go back for follow up. EcoEars costs less than $25 including delivery right to your door. And it includes our a 100% no-questions-asked, money-back guarantee if your dog’s ear yeast infection (or whatever else he may have) does not completely heal. You will never see such a guarantee if you choose Option 1, and many patients complain that they only found us after multiple vet visits that never solved the problem.
EcoEars is a safe and effective natural formulas which work quickly and gently on dog yeast infections and is simple to use. By formulating our products with a broad spectrum of powerful natural ingredients—with each one targeting specific infections—our products are effective on the vast majority of infections.
In addition to killing parasites and bacteria, EcoEars lowers the pH of the ears slightly which makes the environment less susceptible to recurring infections.
When using either product, you’ll notice the dog ear yeast infection symptoms begin to improve in 1-2 days and be gone in a few days. (You should always complete the treatment according to the directions on the label.) Will it work? It is extremely likely. But if not, all Vet Organics products include a 100% money-back guarantee. No questions asked.
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If your dog has an ear yeast infection, please Order EcoEars Here.
Craig is a lifelong pet owner and dog advocate with a special interest in animal and human longevity. He founded Vet Organics to develop an affordable, all-natural, safe and effective ear infection remedy for his dog, Lucy, whose chronic ear problems could not be solved by the vet.