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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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 »

According to Pet MD, veterinarians prescribe anti-parasitic medication to treat ear mite infestations in dogs. Ear washes, antibiotics and anti-inflammatory medications are used to relieve ear mite symptoms and treat sec... 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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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 »

In dogs, mange is a skin disease caused by external parasites called mites that are found on the dog's skin and hair follicles. Dogs typically play host to a number of mites, although mange occurs when the number of mite... More »

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To treat a cat’s ear mites, get rid of any dark debris from the animal’s ears and use a topical insecticide to eliminate remaining mites, suggests HowStuffWorks. It's important to treat all animals in a home to prevent r... More »