Dog Ear Infections
Treating ear infections in dogs
Treating ear infections in dogs is one of the most sought after treatments at vet clinics.
If you answered "yes" to any of the above symptoms, then it is possible that your dog may be suffering from an irritating ear infection that can be treated using Banixx. Common causes of dog ear infections are ear fungus, ear yeast infection, a bacterial infection or ear mites.
How to Use Banixx To Treat Ear Infections in Dogs
To remedy your dog's ear infection at home, use a cotton ball moistened with Banixx, not dripping, 2-3 times daily. Make sure to coat the inside of the ear liberally with Banixx and massage it into the ear tissue. Results should be seen in a couple of days.
Banixx can also be used as a regular ear cleaner solution for dogs prone to ear infections. If your dog is fearful, due to the pain, you may begin with a dry cotton ball and gradually moisten it. As you progress, be sure that the inside of the ear is wet with Banixx. As the ear infection subsides with regular Banixx applications, it will manifest as a good pain reliever for your dog – no infection equals no pain!
Surprisingly, many dogs are not fearful if you spray Banixx directly into their ear, however, if you use this approach, be sure that the Banixx is room temperature. If in doubt, run the bottle under some warm water to ensure this; no-one likes a cold liquid sprayed into his/her ear.
Moreover, if you adopt this method, please be sure to "close" off the ear, using the dog's ear flap, and massage the Banixx gently around inside the ear. This will help prevent your dog from shaking his head, post treatment, and covering you and his environment with Banixx.
A good coating of Banixx, throughout the inside of the ear, is required since Banixx works on contact and goes to work immediately. Find Banixx near you or buy online.
Dog Ear Infection Causes
Yeast is the most common cause of fungal ear infections in dogs, but bacterial infections, both pathogenic (picked up from outside) and non-pathogenic (such as staph) are also quite common.
Ear mites can also cause head shaking and scratching, and a veterinarian can quickly determine if dog ear mites are the cause, and may prescribe an anti-parasitic formulation (not expensive nor complicated to use) to eliminate the mites in short order.
Use Banixx as a soothing agent, home remedy for dog ear care and to treat the infection caused by the ear mites. Unlike other ear infection treatments, Banixx has no clinical odor/foreign scent and no burn/sting, making treatment a breeze.
Since Banixx is potent yet mellow on tissue, it can be used regularly as a dog ear cleaning solution.
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Treating Your Dog's Ear Infection
Ask any veterinarian what the most common medical problem a dog will experience in their lifetime is, and the answer will be ear infections. Ear infections are incredibly uncomfortable, itchy and can be quite painful.
Pet owners often discover their pooch has an infection when they start scratching their ears or shaking their head quite often.
Other symptoms include a foul smell coming from the ear or a thick black colored discharge, which is typically caused by ear fungus.
If your pup is experiencing any of these symptoms, checking with your veterinarian is the best course of action. Your veterinarian can provide a detailed diagnosis and determine if a bacterial, fungal or ear mite infestation is the cause of the infection. Fortunately, since Banixx is not only an anti-bacterial and anti-fungal for dogs, it’s the ideal product for the treatment of your dog’s ear issue.
For more information on natural treatments and home remedies, please visit our most recent blog post: https://banixx.com/blog/dog-ear-infections/
Dog Ear Mites
When a dog is scratching their ears or shaking their head, ear mites in dogs may very well be the problem. A good qualified veterinarian can determine if ear mites are the issue or if it is an actual infection that is causing the symptoms.
If ear mites are the issue, a fast working anti-parasitic formulation may be prescribed by your veterinarian that should get rid of the problem.
However, mites burrow into the ear tissue and literally live off your dog's ear tissue, such as ear wax. This "burrowing effect" causes open sores that subsequently may get infected.
This is where Banixx is used, in conjunction with the anti-parasitic treatment that your vet will prescribe, in order to clear up the infection and repair the damage left behind by the ear mites.
Banixx is especially beneficial to sooth the damage caused to ear tissue via your dog's intense scratching with his claws, that may even have caused the ear tissue to bleed. Find Banixx near you or buy online.
Yeast Infection in Dogs Ears
When a dog experiences fungal ear infections frequently, there may be an underlying condition that needs to be resolved so the ear infections stop.
One common issue that could result in ear infections is a food allergy. We recommend you speak with your veterinarian about potential food allergies to determine if this is indeed the cause of their ear infections.
Using Banixx To Treat Ear Infections In Dogs
Once the diagnosis of the infection has taken place, the treatment is the next course of action. Many of the dog ear infection medicines used for ear infections are not the most pleasant option because (1) they are oily (gets onto your carpet and furniture), (2) some have an unpleasant odor (this frightens your do-remember he that has an incredible sense of smell) and (3) some burn or sting.
Banixx, however, can care for this painful issue gently without the stink, mess, and sting seen in those other treatments. Your dog will not mind being treated with Banixx because it does not cause any discomfort, nor does it smell, so it doesn't alarm your dog while treatment is taking place.
You can use even Banixx up to three times daily, and it won't harm their eyes if it should accidentally get in them.
Perhaps the best thing about Banixx is the fact that it is very effective at treating the infection. Moreover, it can be used regularly to keep the infection from coming back. A cotton ball that is saturated with Banixx can be used gently on the inside of the ear canal to clean it and/or treat it.
As long as the Banixx solution comes in contact with the infected area, it will do the job. Of course, Q-tips or other cotton swabs should never be used in your dog's inner ear. The lining of a dog's ear is quite delicate, and you wouldn't want to damage it, causing further harm. Swabs can be used for the outer ear but should never be used on the inner ear.
Banixx Is The Perfect Home Remedy
If you’re tired of using antibiotics after antibiotics for your dog’s ears, get Banixx to provide the perfect home remedy when your dog starts to develop an ear infection. Use it at the first hint of an infection so that it never gets a foothold requiring a visit to your Vet.
Our ear infection remedy is available for sale in local stores and online. Banixx has the same potency as a prescription that you can get at your vet without the high prescription cost and without the vet visit.
Not only is Banixx pain-free, but thanks to its affordable price, it doesn't hurt your pocketbook either!