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Itchy Dog with Rash and Yeast Infection in Ears

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sarup on 2009-12-07

I know this post is almost 10 years old, but I am hopeful that someone can help me. My poor dog has had yeast infections in her ears(mostly the left, but both at some times - currently it is both ears, although the right ear just recently developed) and I have tried western medicine, Chinese medicine, moving to a raw diet, changing meat types in the raw diet, supplements, you name it. Her ear infection goes away sometimes with treatment but then comes back. She is constantly licking herself(mostly her anus and stomach area) and I can't seem to get rid of her fleas(I refuse to put Advantage or Frontline on her and have been using essential oil spays, etc.). Se is a very smelly dog and some of her skin is turning black where she itches and licks all the time(she is a white haired dog and has very light pink skin). I will answer the previous questions that have been put to the other posters.

1. Whether the dog is fearful? She growls when being picked up or touched in a sensitive area(feet, ears, stomach) and hides when she knows a bath or "treatment" is coming.
2. Does the dog show emotions of affection and love or not? Yes, she is very loving and greets us happily when we come home, always wanting to sit on our lap/ or be near someone and be petted.
3.do you ever see tears trickling down the eyes? No
4.Does it wag its tail as soon as she gets attention or is unresponsive? Yes
5.What is the colour of the hair? White

1.Please inform whether she likes cold surroundings or hot. I mean in which temperature environment he feels good. She seems to seek out warm places or soft blankets when resting, but her body is very damp(she seems to be sweating a lot). She does not like baths and shivers uncontrollably when the warm water in not on her.

2.does she prefer warm or cold food?
Doesn't seem to matter - her raw food comes frozen and I defrost in the fridge and then add some warm water when serving.
3.How is his liking for sweet stuff or alternatively what is the intake of sweet things.
She does like sweet things when she can eat sneak it off the table when my kids leave food out(but then, she eats whatever she can sneak of the table).
4.How is the thirst?
She seems thirstier than normal recently
5. is she thin overall or in legs portion only?
Legs are thin - she reminds me of a dear
6.What is the colour of the discharge from the ear?
White to light yellow when I see it(the hair around her ears in yellowish(she is a schnoodle(15 lbs.) so she has floppy ears and long hair). Otherwise, it is tinged with blood from constantly scratching.

Let me know if their are any other questions!

ShadowNIN on 2018-01-02

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