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Ongoing yeast in dog's ears

My 12 year old German Shepherd dog has had very waxy ears with greenish, coppery-colored discharge at times.

His eyes tear a lot especially after waking from sleep.

He shakes his head a lot because of the ear problem. Skin inside ears is red or inflamed most of the time. I've had to clean his ears too much for this to be normal.

Color of fur is reddish brown and black.

Not a fearful dog at all. Likes to be cool rather than warm.

Wags his tail only when I get really close and speak to him like a lover would. Honestly.

Eats commercial dog food. Okay, that will change tomorrow, but he needs additional homeopathic remedies to help him along.
  luvsmax on 2012-02-08
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Please give him three doses of Calcarea Carb 200 as follows and see how that affects in next 15 days (only 3 doses in 15 days).

day 1 morning
1st dose

day 1 evening
2nd dose

day 2 morning
3rd dose

One dose means 2 pills or 2 drops. You may give the remedy in some water, if it is not possible to give it directly in mouth.
kadwa last decade
We're having a similar problem with our 6 yo malamute. The tearing eyes are more recent (brown discharge is the best description). She shakes her head a LOT. The ear is bright red inside, but she won't let me touch it to clean or to use drops of any sort. Although it is difficult to see (because she dashes away when I try to touch her ear), it looks like there is a yellow/brown crust in there. The last time she had this, the vet said it was a yeast ear infection.

She is quite fearful of loud noises and aggressive towards other dogs. She likes attention but doesn't like to get too close. She wags her tail occasionally and she likes to be silly (she goes for a laugh and likes to play). But she does not show affection or love like other dogs. She's more stand offish

Her hair is gray/white/brown (on the lighter side).

Trying to avoid antibiotics. Any suggestions?
JuliR 9 years ago
i read your german dogs earch problems.so used this medicine.good result for your dog symptoms.


all medicine pills 3+3+3 every 4 hour,s for 3 day,s. 4th day report me.
doctor badar baig.
doctorbadar9 9 years ago
Thank you! Will give it a try :)
JuliR 9 years ago
Dr Badar Baig,

Forgive me, but I wanted to make sure you were responding to my post concerning my malamute...or if your suggestion was for the original posting in this thread (the german shepherd)?

We've been using Belladonna 30C + Pulsatilla 30C + Silicea 30C 4x (we didn't get the the Hep Sulp until today). The combination seemed to help at first but the itching returned. I'm going to substitute the Hep Sulp for the Belladonna and see if that helps, but wanted to make sure your recommendation was indeed for us :)

JuliR 9 years ago
Also, I should probably mention that she still has an odor coming from her ear (it's her right side). The smell is strong, but not stinky or rotten. It's more like a sweet smell....? She gets a lot of coconut oil and garlic. Not sure if that's the smell. But her good ear does not have a scent.
JuliR 9 years ago

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