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velardern

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We've had constant yeasty ears for the past year, multiple ear washes, meds, and grain/vegetable free food. Finally saw an allergist and paid for the blood test which showed a severe allergy to oak. Ironically the back yard is covered with oak trees. So now we've started allergy shots. I realize it's subjective/depends on the animal, but has anyone seen positive results with yeasty ears and allergy injections to desensitize?

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my understanding is that allergy meds/shots are just treating the symptom of the issue. SO there will be actual "cure". I bet you could find a desensatising treatment or non rx type treatment through a holistic practactioner. 

Not sure if that was the answer you were looking for. 

http://www.dogsnaturallymagazine.com/top-5-cleansing-herbs/

http://www.naturalmedicine.com/herbal-promise/herbs/the-natural-benefits-of-nettle-and-dandelion-for-dogs/

http://wisdom-magazine.com/Article.aspx/1141/

http://www.dogsnaturallymagazine.com/a-new-look-at-canine-allergies/

http://www.dogsnaturallymagazine.com/solutions-for-allergies/

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Well, so far we've been on the shots for about a month and no yeasty ears, so I'm crossing my fingers that they're working. If they don't I'll be at my wits end. I keep wishing someone would invent a hair band like women wear to hold the ears back for a little while to let them air out daily. 
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