Friday, October 22, 2010

Getting Rid of Ear Mites

Many pets can get ear mites, but it seems to be most common in cats, and to a somewhat lesser extent, in dogs. I don't know what the percentages are, but my dogs seem to be more bothered with yeast infections and the cats suffer more with ear mites.

Either way, I found a great remedy, called Dr. Dogs Ear Oil. All natural ingredients, it can be used on people, too. Not that we get ear mites, but it helps some human ear problems, too.

We have a lot of cats here, so it's a circus rounding them up for their drops. And while some of them have gotten used to it and just endure the "ordeal," others still think I'm trying to kill them and hide when they see the bottle coming their way.

  Notice the looks on these kitties' faces! The first one is Georgia, then Carmen.



  And this is Toledo.

The great thing is, this is something that's finally working. I can't tell you how many cases of ear miticide bottles we've gone through, mostly for nothing. And the cost... good grief.

I'm just grateful to Dr. Dogs for providing a remedy that works, and without side effects.

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