Home remedies do not cure ear infections, explains WebMD. Appropriate treatment includes professional ear cleaning followed by topical or oral medication prescribed by a veterinarian. A veterinarian also has the ability ... More »

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According to Modern Dog magazine, a good home remedy for a dog's ear infection consists of applying a mixture of water and vinegar in the ear. Apple cider vinegar also works for this remedy. Vinegar has antiseptic and an... More »

An owners should take his dog to a veterinarian for ear infection treatment, though he can clean external parts at home with veterinarian-approved cleaners, notes WebMD. An owner may also treat less serious yeast infecti... More »

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Puppies suffering from parvovirus need veterinary care rather than home remedies, according to WebMD. Although there is no cure for parvo, puppies may survive with strong supportive care, including prescription medicatio... More »

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Although it depends on the cause, there are holistic treatments for many canine ear infections. Since many ear infections are caused by food or environmental allergies, treating the underlying cause can eliminate the pro... More »

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Home remedies for treating sinus infections include using a humidifier, breathing in steam, applying warm heat, using saline solution and nasal irrigation, according to WebMD. Drinking plenty of fluids and getting adequa... More »

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Water in the ear, sometimes called swimmer's ear, can often be treated with home remedies such as rinsing, specialty eardrops and heat, according to WebMD. Those with possible ruptured eardrums and those experiencing sev... More »

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