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TREATING YEAST INFECTIONS..NATURALLY
What is yeast:
Yeast happily live on most normal skin, in ears, anal glands, between toes and on muzzles. Yeast in small normal numbers are harmless but when the yeasts are present in large numbers, disease results.
Hair loss, redness, hyperpigmentation (blackening of the skin), and thickening of the skin may also be present. Yeast infections are especially itchy, crusty, and smelly. Often a dog starts with a rash or with simple itching but the skin thickens to an elephant skin appearance. The itch is extreme and the odor can be especially troublesome. Parts of the body or the entire body can be affected.

Treatment of the Underlying cause: It is important to realize that yeast overgrowth occurs in response to a primary problem be it allergy, seborrhea or something else. If the underlying problem is not controlled, yeast dermatitis is likely to periodically recur. Yeast infections are not contagious.

To help prevent yeast infections, and to help minimize chronic yeast issues in pets - use a healthy, low-grain/grain-free diet as the conversion of grain carbohydrate to sugar supplies food that feed yeast. Probiotic supplements provide additional beneficial bacteria to your dogs diet which will help to boost the immune systems response to harmful bacteria. Avoid foods containing corn or wheat, by-products, chemical preservatives, or in some cases soy, depending on the cause of the dogs allergy. It may also be advisable to change to a single-source protein diet and treats to eliminate any protein allergy. Environmental allergies may also be a factor.

Natural treatments are available and are recommended to be used in conjunction with the above recommendations.
We recommend:

3-4 WEEKS to start, duration depends on severity, length of problem, extent of yeast/fungal spread etc

If severe, start with regular dose, build to double dose over 5 days, maintain double dose for one week, then return to normal dose

YEAST/FUNGAL DETOX:

Excesses of yeast and fungus can compromise the immune, digestive and urinary systems. Yeast/Fungal Detox is a potent detoxification product formulated to inhibit the growth of unfriendly organisms and help restore the body to optimal performance. It is a special blend of herbs and nutrients that inhibits the growth of unfriendly organisms while building up the body systems that have been affected. It supports the immune, digestive and urinary systems to promote optimal health. Yeast/Fungal Detox couldn't really be better described than its name implies. It uses several different herbs known for anti-fungal activity, including pau d'arco, garlic, and caprylic acid.
$39.99 - 90 capsules

Source: www.acreaturecomfort.com


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2008-04-07 11:16:04 by doggzma

This is only the first few returns I got. Hope you can make your doggies skin feel better. Poor baby.
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      to make a short history, our dog had ringworms in the last year.

      Ringworms or cutaneous athlete's feet: mostly for the dogs and cats it is one mushrooms which affects the skin . Hairs loss and p …g the same purpose(goal) is to destroy mushrooms, our dogs does not have ringworms anymore her.

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  • Avatar M Fungus treatment question: by using over the counter treatments will I create more resistant fungus?
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    Just now I read that I should treat it with over the counter product till it's gone and then treat it once a week for two years and it won't come back. Is this good advice or will there be bad results?

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