Common aquarium fish diseases are flukes, mites, lice, bacterial infections and fungal infections, according to Tetra. Treatments include praziquantel for parasites, antibiotics and antifungal medicines. Many diseases ar... More »

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Anchor worm, fin rot, dropsy and skin flukes are all common diseases for fish kept in aquariums. The causes and treatments for these diseases vary, and without quick treatment, the affected fish may die. More »

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Hole in the head disease or freshwater head and lateral line erosion (FHLLE) is a common disease that can be both treatable or fatal and it effects freshwater fish, such as oscars, cichlids and discus. The primary cause ... More »

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Skin problems in dogs are caused by allergic reactions, yeast infections, bacterial infections, ringworm and mites, according to WebMD. Stress, illness or malnutrition can also result in skin problems. More »

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Natural remedies for ear mites in dogs and cats include yellow dock root extract and water to kill the mites, and using vegetable or olive oil to soothe the ear, according to Earth Clinic. A combination of almond oil and... More »

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Common skin disorders in dogs are infections, allergies and parasites, according to the ASPCA. Some skin disorders are acute and easy to treat, while others are chronic and need continuous care. More »

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Insecticidal sprays and fumigants capable of killing human lice are dangerous to pets and humans because they can be absorbed through the skin. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention does not recommend their... More »

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