Ear Mites

Can yeast infections be caused by ear mites?

No your pet cannot directly get a yeast infection from ear mites. The presence of ear mites on your pet can cause the pet’s immune system to lower. Once your pet’s immune system is lowered they are more susceptible to getting yeast infections, ringworm and other secondary bacterial infections. Ear mites can also cause your…

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Can ear mites cause hearing loss?

Yes, if an ear mite condition is left untreated for a long period of time it can cause trauma to the ears and ultimately cause hearing loss. Common signs of ear mites are frequent scratching, profuse shaking of the head, scratching of the head and ears with gently rubbing, reddish brown or black debris accumulating…

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Ear infection in animals

Most cured ear infections in animals do not normally return. Some dogs are more susceptible to ear infections than others but it is not discussed whether this is associated with certain breeds of dogs or not. Ear infections can occur in any breed or dog or cat. Ear infections can normally be helped by using…

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What other animals can get ear mites?

Ear mites do not discriminate. They can be transferred from animal to animal contact or human to animal contact. The ear mites can get on your or your clothing; you pet another animal and transfer the ear mites without even knowing it.

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