Treating Yeast Infections in Dogs

Itchiness, red skin, greasy coat, hair loss, odor and waxy discharge in ears or skin folds indicate yeast. 


Apple cider vinegar, coconut oil, probiotic yogurt, colloidal silver and tea tree oil applied topically can help inhibit yeast overgrowth. 

Home Remedies

Antifungal shampoos, wipes, oral medication may be prescribed by your vet to eliminate infection. Keep using until yeast is gone.

Medical Treatments

Grain-free, low-carb diets and probiotic supplements support healthy skin and prevent excessive yeast growth.

Dietary Changes

Pinpoint and manage any allergies, underlying conditions or other factors enabling yeast overgrowth. 

Identify Triggers

Bathe regularly, wash skin folds, dry thoroughly and trim hair around affected areas to deprive yeast of moisture it needs to thrive.

Proper Hygiene

Schedule an exam to confirm it's yeast and rule out other conditions. Follow their treatment plan to properly clear infection. 

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