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Dog with itchy ears, driving us all mad!

Our 2 year old white American Bulldog (large breed) suffers with terribly itchy ears which he scratched til they bleed.
We think its a yeats infection, have tried drops from vet with temporary success then comes back.
He is quite nervous, excitable, barks a lot (very loudly).
He does not like strangers but has never shown any aggression just barks a lot.
I became pregnant 1 month after we got him so I think we have not been able to give him the attention and training he needs.
He is great with the baby - now 14 months - and we have another dog who he loves.
I know this site not about dogs but its affecting us all and we worry that he is not happy.
He is very skinny although huge head and shoulders, its very hard to get weight on him (see pic).
  dandilion on 2007-01-12
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
It comes back because it is a chronic condition. Treating just the ears won't cure him. You might be able to suppress it, but then he would become sicker in a different way.

It is very possible your dog has been damaged by vaccines and that he isn't eating a species appropriate diet (which means raw, but not just raw muscle meat). Changing those two items can sometimes accomplish a lot, but you may also need a homeopathic vet to complete the cure.

There is a good vet forum at www.otherhealth.com.

Good luck!
Daisy43 last decade
Thank you Daisy. Any help is much appreciated. I will try the other forum too.
dandilion last decade

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