Monday, January 02, 2012

Does your dog suffer from chronic ear infections?

If your dog suffers from chronic ear infections, sores, smelly dog, itchy skin, hot spots, warts, tumors and more....  your dog could actually be suffering from
a Yeast overgrowth (aka Candida) - systemic yeast?  Are you tired of giving medications and antibiotics to your dog only to see that the problem gets worse? Does it break your heart to see your dog in this way?   Maybe your dog has been diagnosed with allergies and you are tired of paying for the treatments?  If you are looking for an alternative, all natural way to help your dog turn their health around then please keep reading.  

Many dogs are experiencing all of the above and other complications due to systemic yeast.  The goal is to rehabilitate your little friend from the inside out.  The best way to achieve this is to remove the GRAINS and sugar from their diet.   With some you may be catching it in time and you'll be able to reverse the issues with my 'BASIC' Anti-yeast diet suggestions listed below.  The majority of dogs experienced significant changes within two to  four weeks.  For others the issues might have a deeper hold on your dog and you'll need to escalate your treatment.  Please read Anti-Yeast Diet(Advanced) or Anti-Yeast Diet(Critical) for more diet options.

Anti-Yeast Diet (Basic)

1.  Probiotic - (I recommend Natren - Caninedolphilus.  Find Canine Probiotics online)  There are others out there but I have witnessed this stuff turn many dogs around when their health has been compromised.

If you buy them online 3 at a time you'll get another free this is the best deal for this product, they will ship it in a cold pack to ensure it's quality when it reaches your door.  I'm not sure if anyone carries it at a retail store, I've never found one.  It runs about $25.95 per tube. It is expensive but absolutely necessary in stopping what is going on and I would definitely invest in 3+1 deal so that you can give him 40 solid days of a great probiotic..  It has little notches so you can accurately give one dose a day preferably on an empty stomach.  On the Natren site you can read all about the benefits of their product.

2.  Dog Food - (I recommend Acana - Wild Prarie) - Nashville Pet Products now carries this food. It's a "NO GRAIN" whole food which means that when they prepare this dog food they only heat it to the FDA approved minimum maintaining as many nutrients as they can from the ingredients used to make the food.  I have personally watched hot spots, ear infections, boils and allergies go away.  Out of all the foods available for dogs I have found this one to be the best.

This food is so dense in nutrition that you'll need to watch the portions you give and you'll find that you need to feed your dog less than normal store brand dog foods.  My Jack Russell gets about 1/4 cup a day, just to give you an idea, and if she ever looks like she is putting on too much weight then we back her off and if she looks a little skinny then she gets a couple more pieces.  

3.  For Sores/Hot Spts - Coconut Oil Topically(mix a couple of drops a lavender and Coconut Oil in a bowl)  (recommend to wear gloves or wash your hands as soon as you are finished)  Take the coconut oil mix and rub it into the sore, massage it in if you can, if it's too raw do your best.  Repeat until sore is gone.  If the dog can reach the spot it is also recommended to put a cone on them.  This will help keep them from licking the area and enable quicker recovery.

Below are just a few of the numerous and unparalleled coconut oil benefits many are already enjoying:
  • Reduces risk of having heart disease
  • Stimulates metabolism
  • Promotes normal thyroid function
  • Helps lose and maintain ideal body weight
  • Kills viruses, bacteria, fungi and other pathogens
  • Functions as an antioxidant
  • Lessens chronic inflammation
  • Relieves symptoms of gallbladder disease
  • Protects against cancer
  • Prevents premature aging and degenerative disease
  • Expels tapeworms, lice and other parasites
  • Ward off skin infections
  • Controls dandruff
  • Reduces epileptic seizures
  • Accelerates healing of wounds, cuts, burns, etc.
  • Prevents diabetes and relieves health risks associated with it
  • Prevents periodontal disease and tooth decay
  • ... and much, much more ...
***It's ok if your dog eats the Coconut oil.  Matter of fact let him eat about a teaspoon of coconut oil(without the lavender) when you treat his ear, then he'll associate the experience with a treat and you'll be treating him/her internally at the same time.

4.  Nettles - Liquid Extract or Nettles

If you choose Liquid it's pretty easy to give him the Nettles anytime directly from the dropper to his mouth do this 2x's a day at meal time,


you can do Loose Bulk Nettles by adding a teaspoon to each meal.  To do the dry form you'll need to wet the dry food and then drain the water out completely, stir in the teaspoon and the Nettles will stick to the food.  Give this two - three times daily depending on how often you've decided to feed him his food.

5.  Ears - Wallys Ear Oil for Pets  + Nutribiotics Ear Oil (Alternate back and forth between both of these for the ears)

This stuff is absolutely amazing.  Start off with the Nutribiotics.. follow the instructions on the back for administering.  Then when you go to do the next treatment use the Wallys.  We've found that the combination of these two formulas being administered back and forth to be very successful with chronic ear issues.

Treatment would like this:

DAY 1:
1.  Nutribiotic
2.  Wallys
3.  Nutribiotic

DAY 2:
1.  Wallys
2.  Nutribiotic
3. Wallys
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