According to About.com, one of the best ways to naturally get rid of ear mites is with oil. Oils such as olive oil or almond oil are gentle enough to help soothe ears while also getting rid of mites and mite debris. More »

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 »

Ear mites can be treated by cleaning the ear with a bland, safe oil that does not irritate the sensitive skin of a dog's ear. Flushing the ear with oil washes out some mites and suffocates those that remain. More »

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Ear mites can be treated by cleaning the ear with a bland, safe oil that does not irritate the sensitive skin of a dog's ear. Flushing the ear with oil washes out some mites and suffocates those that remain. 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 »

If a dog is consistently shaking its head back and forth, then the dog most likely has a type of ear infection from bacteria, yeast or other allergens, such as ear mites, notes WebMD. If the shaking is violent, then the ... More »

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A good effective home remedy for dry skin on dogs is massaging vitamin E oil into the dog's coat. Vitamin E makes a dog's coat and skin healthier and supports the tissue and elasticity of skin. More »

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