Misskiwi67 wrote:Its Allergy season!!!
Underlying inflammation allows the natural flora to show up. If its severe (it sounds like it is), get to the vet ASAP and get some anti-fungal medications and a topical steroid. A large number of infections that look yeasty will also have bacterial overgrowth and require antibiotics as well. Then once its cleared up you can use the natural stuff for prevention later.
Failure to treat aggressively can result in aural hematomas, ruptured tympanic membranes, and deafness, not to mention the horrible pain and inflammation. If you could see inside your dogs ears right now, you would NOT wait...
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