Dr. Golds Ear Therapy
Dr. Golds Ear Therapy
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Gentle alcohol-free formula that's gentle on ears
Effective treatment for fungus and yeast infections
For use in dogs only

Dr. Golds Ear Therapy

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At a Glance
Gentle alcohol-free formula that's gentle on ears
Effective treatment for fungus and yeast infections
For use in dogs only

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Dr. Gold's Ear Therapy is a gentle formula that cleans, disinfects and deodorizes the ear canal. Its anti-fungal and anti bacterial properties effectively treat for fungal and yeast infections. Dr. Gold's Ear Therapy is also alcohol-free, which cleans and dries without irritating pets' delicate ears. Our new formula also includes Aloe Vera, a well-known natural, anti-inflammatory agent.
  • SynergyLabs Brand
  • Ear & Eye Care Cleaning & Grooming
  • Ear Care Pharmacy
  • Care Wellness Philosophy
  • Non-Prescription Pharmacy Type
  • Ears, Itching/Scratching Symptom
  • Ear Discharge Symptom
  • Synergy Labs Manufacturer
  • Liquid Application
  • Dog Pet Type

How Often to Use Dr. Gold's Ear Therapy?
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Dogs by nature are adventurous and are always inquisitive about anything new. High energy or highly active dogs tend to explore more. Such expeditions often expose the pets to various ingredients in nature that have the ability to cause an infection, be it on their skin or ears. Ears are more susceptible as the skin is relatively more sensitive compared to the outer body skin beneath the petโ€™s fur. Dr. Gold's Ear Therapy by Synergy Labs with anti-inflammatory properties is counted among the best ear infection medicines available on the pharmaceutical market that is greatly preferred by pet experts and veterinarians. It is a drug that works on your petโ€™s ear infection in a short period. Dr. Gold's Ear Therapy has an alcohol-free formula that is generally administered twice a day to your pet. If you observe no improvement in your petโ€™s conditions or any abnormal issues or ailments in your pet after the application of the drug, you can immediately consult your petโ€™s veterinarian for further diagnosis. You can also administer a weekly dosage of Dr. Gold's Ear Therapy to enable your pet to have healthy and odor-free ears.

What Causes Dogs to Get Ear Infections?
Answer

Ear infections are counted as one of the most repetitive ailments that can be commonly found among your pets. These yeast and bacterial infections that are generally found in the petโ€™s ear can be caused due to vast magnitudes of factors. These factors or harmful agents can either be internal or external. The primary cause of ear ailments in your pet is mostly due to fungal and yeast infections. Foreign bodies such as ear mites, yeasts, and fungus can lead to infections in your petโ€™s ear. These infections can be found in all ages among your pets, they can be young, adolescent, adult, or old. Sometimes ailments such as hormonal disbalances, tumors, internal bleeding, and physical traumas can also cause suffering to your pet

How Do I Help My Dogs Itchy Ears?
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If you are a pet parent, you will observe various diseases and ailments that are tormenting your pet over the period of his or her growth. These diseases can either be small or large, severe or mild completely depending on the situation. If you consult your petโ€™s veterinarian on time and administer the proper medicine prescribed by your petโ€™s veterinarian, most of these diseases can be cured in a certain period of time. There are also some inner or outer factors that can increase or decrease your petโ€™s recovery time. Some of these factors or conditions that can influence your pets recovery time are the type of food they are intaking while they are suffering from these diseases, the environment they are living in, timely administration of medicine, amount and type of physical activities done by the pet, and metabolism or inner working of the nervous system of your pet. Ear infections and itch in your petโ€™s ear are some of such diseases that can cause some form of suffering to your pet. If you notice your pet is having an itchy eat it is suggested you start with an ear cleaner. This ear cleaner must be recommended by your petโ€™s veterinarian to be safe. You must squeeze the exact amount of ear cleaner that is already recommended or prescribed by your petโ€™s veterinarian and gradually clear your petโ€™s ear canal.

Can I Treat My Dogโ€™s Ear Infection Myself?
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If you notice any form of ear infection in your pet, it is highly recommended that you contact your petโ€™s veterinarian immediately. It is also suggested to avoid any application of medicine without proper consultation from a reputable veterinary expert. Home remedies from the internet and self-suggestion should be avoided at all times. This may cause numerous adverse effects to your pet rather than genuinely helping them.

What Happens if a Dog's Ear Infection Is Left Untreated?
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The proper treatment of any and all ailments found in your petโ€™s body is highly recommended. If by any chance you have neglected or missed the clinical symptoms you must immediately contact your petโ€™s veterinarian for expert advice. Such an ailment where your pet is suffering from ear infections, you can observe mild symptoms like scratching at the affected ear, head shaking, bad odor, rubbing the affected ear, and discharge. There are other symptoms which are internal to the ears and can include swelling of the ear canal, redness inside the ear, pain, crusts inside the ear, itchiness, and scabs along the ear margin. Under these circumstances, you should consult your petโ€™s veterinarian for the administration of proper medication for your pet.

How serious is a yeast infection in a dog's ears?
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A yeast infection in a dog's ears can vary in seriousness depending on various factors, including the severity of the infection and the overall health of the dog. While yeast infections are common in dogs, they should be taken seriously and addressed promptly to prevent further complications. Yeast infections in a dog's ears typically occur due to an overgrowth of yeast, often the Malassezia species, which can lead to irritation, itching, inflammation, and discomfort. If left untreated, the infection can become chronic and may spread to other parts of the body, leading to more severe symptoms and potential complications.

What foods cause yeast infections in dogs' ears?
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Certain foods can potentially contribute to yeast infections in dogs' ears. Yeast infections are often caused by an overgrowth of the Malassezia species of yeast, which naturally occurs on the skin and in the ears of dogs. Diets that are high in carbohydrates, particularly refined carbohydrates like grains, can provide a food source for yeast, potentially leading to overgrowth. Foods with high sugar content or those that use grains as the main ingredient can be problematic for some dogs. Dogs with food allergies or sensitivities may experience inflammation and weakened immune responses, making them more susceptible to yeast infections. Common allergenic ingredients include wheat, corn, soy, and dairy products. Low-quality dog foods lacking in proper nutrition can compromise a dog's immune system and overall health, making them more vulnerable to infections, including yeast infections. Not all dogs will develop yeast infections solely based on their diet, and the underlying causes of yeast infections can vary. Other factors, such as environmental conditions, moisture buildup in the ears, allergies, compromised immune systems, or underlying health conditions, can also contribute to yeast overgrowth.

Can dog ear yeast infections spread?
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Yes, dog ear yeast infections can spread if left untreated or if appropriate precautions are not taken. When a dog scratches or shakes its head due to the discomfort caused by the ear infection, the yeast and debris from the infected ears can be dispersed. This can lead to the yeast spreading to other parts of the dog's body, such as the paws, face, or tail, causing secondary infections in those areas. If you have multiple dogs in your household and one of them has a yeast infection in their ears, there is a risk of cross-contamination. Direct contact or sharing items such as bedding, toys, or grooming tools can potentially transfer yeast from one dog to another, leading to new infections. Yeast can also survive in the environment, such as on surfaces, fabrics, or even in the air. If a dog with a yeast infection spends time in an environment where other dogs are present, the yeast can potentially be transferred to other dogs, increasing the risk of infection.

Does coconut oil help dog yeast infection?
Answer

Coconut oil is often recommended as a natural remedy for various conditions in dogs, including yeast infections. While coconut oil does possess some potential benefits, its effectiveness in treating yeast infections in dogs can vary. Coconut oil contains lauric acid, which has antifungal properties. It can help inhibit the growth of yeast, including the Malassezia species responsible for many dog ear yeast infections. Coconut oil can help moisturize and soothe irritated skin. In the case of a yeast infection in a dog's ears, coconut oil may provide temporary relief from itching and discomfort. While anecdotal reports suggest that coconut oil can be helpful for yeast infections in dogs, there is limited scientific research specifically on its effectiveness. More studies are needed to determine its true benefits. The response to coconut oil can vary among dogs. Some may experience positive results, while others may not see significant improvement or may even have adverse reactions.

What not to feed a dog with yeast infection?
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When a dog has a yeast infection, it is advisable to avoid feeding them certain foods that can potentially worsen the condition or promote yeast overgrowth. Yeast thrives on carbohydrates, so it's best to avoid feeding your dog foods that are high in carbohydrates or contain refined grains. This includes foods like bread, pasta, rice, and other starchy ingredients. Yeast feeds on sugar, so it's important to avoid feeding your dog foods with high sugar content. This includes candies, desserts, sugary treats, and foods with added sugars or sweeteners. Some dogs may have sensitivities or allergies to grains, including wheat, corn, and soy. These ingredients can potentially exacerbate the yeast infection and lead to inflammation or other digestive issues. Dairy can be difficult for dogs to digest, and some dogs may be lactose intolerant. Dairy products, such as milk, cheese, and yogurt, can contribute to digestive disturbances and potentially worsen yeast infection. While fruits are generally healthy for dogs, some fruits contain high levels of natural sugars. Fruits such as bananas, grapes, and mangoes should be given in moderation or avoided in dogs with yeast infections. Low-quality commercial dog foods that contain fillers, artificial additives, and preservatives may weaken the immune system and contribute to inflammation, making the dog more susceptible to yeast overgrowth.

Puried Water, Propylene Glycol, Glycerin, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Polysorbate-20, Lactic Acid, Benzoic Acid, Salicylic Acid, Ketoconazole, DMDM-Hydantoin, Tetrasodium EDTA, Aloe Vera.

This product is NOT SAFE FOR CATS.

To ensure thorough cleaning, disinfecting and deodorizing of inner ear: - Fill canal with Dr. Gold's Ear Therapy - Massage pet's ears, especially below the ear canal to open the canal and allow solution to penetrate - Continue to massage ears and allow to remain in the ears for at least one minute - Allow pet to shake head. Gently wipe the inside of ears with a clean towel Gentle enough for frequent use. May be repeated twice a day.

If condition does not improve within a few days, consult your veterinarian. Use Dr. Gold's Ear Therapy weekly for healthy and odor-free ears.

Store in a cool, dry place.

Dr. Golds Ear Therapy is manufactured by Synergy Labs
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Dr. Gold's Extra Gentle Ear Therapy - 4 oz. 736990001603

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This is the very best ear medicine I have found for our fur babies. It has worked wonders on their really bad ear infections especially when one of ours allergies flairs up and it affects his ears. I can't tell you what a God send this has been for us because we were spending so much money on other brands and they were not working at all and our pups were suffering and I was taking them to the vet all the time until one day I was at a pet store and a employee recommend Dr. Golds Ear Therapy and what a miracle medication it has been for my babies.

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Constant ear infection

This "Ear Therapy" medicine is amazing!! I have had my dog to at least 5 different vets with negative results trying to get rid of an infection in her right ear. I have used this product for about six weeks now and the positive results are spectacular. I first clean her ears with hydrogen Peroxide (cotton swabs) and then rub in about 1/2 cc of this medicine into each ear. The right ear is now clean and no more odor. Wow- $10 bucks at my local pet store and the problem is now solved--- Thanks Dr Gold's---- 5 star rating all the way!!

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