What type of alternative medicine would you use for a yeast infection in a dog's ear?
collodial silver drops, aloe vera drops or neem/olive oil. The first is a natural antibiotic and anticeptic.
A lot of sun light is a natural yeast stopper. Oils are good as well. Looking into your dogs diet can be very helpful as well. Trying to locate the cause of the yeast infection within yours dogs ears should be the first priority.... Canine Allergies can be a leading cause of this. Vitamin Supplements can also help prevent this from happening by boosting your dogs immune system...
Collodial silver is always a good choice as well.
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