Dogs typically contract ear mites through contact with other infected animals. Ear mites are also common in outdoor cats, who in turn may pass them on to dogs in the household. Ear mites are miniscule parasites that feed... More »

Treatment of ear mites in dogs involves the administration of a special medicine that kills the mites. This medicine should be given in combination with thorough cleaning of areas where the dog has been living in order t... More »

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Ear mites in dogs are typically treated with parasitic medications prescribed by a veterinarian. These medications will either be applied directly in the dog's ear or straight onto the skin. In many cases, the dog will a... More »

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Treatment of ear mites in dogs involves the administration of a special medicine that kills the mites. This medicine should be given in combination with thorough cleaning of areas where the dog has been living in order t... 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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According to ASPCA, casual contact with infected animals can give a cat ear mites, as this parasite is highly contagious. WebMD adds that ear mites are often passed from mother cats to their kittens while the young anima... More »

Cats get ringworm through direct contact with an infected animal or indirectly through contact with bedding or dishes that have contaminated skin or hair cells on it, so the only prevention is for the cat to avoid infect... More »

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