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Recurring Dog Ear Infections: New Remedies That Work!

By Dr. Andrew Jones

In this video Dr Jones shows you the exact steps to finally stop your dog’s recurring ear infections. He shows you new home remedies that are surprisingly effective.

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Dr Andrew Jones



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Topics: Dog Health, Pet health | 6 Comments »

6 Responses to “Recurring Dog Ear Infections: New Remedies That Work!”

  1. Avatar terry crane Says:
    February 22nd, 2017 at 7:14 am

    Thanks for your alternative care tips and teachings. Just ordered your supplement that is on sale.

    Keep the videos coming

    I know Lewis is watching over you Dr.Jones…you’ll see signs in your life and dreams. He is one of your guardians.

  2. Avatar Marga Huber Says:
    February 22nd, 2017 at 8:49 am

    Hi Dr. Jones,

    Thank you so much for all you learn us .

    Would you please wright the name of the cream ?
    I hope to find this hier in the Netherlands

    Have a wonderful day

  3. Avatar Deborah Unck CVT, CCRP Says:
    February 26th, 2017 at 5:56 am

    Hey Doc!
    So very sorry about Lewis. Loosing a pet is tough. But it makes room in our homes and hearts for another. If adopting from a shelter, to save a life.

    Great information, I like the idea of using green tea for it’s healing properties instead of water as an inert ingredient.

    I find all of your information very helpful. I have several of your ebooks and courses. I am trained as a Veterinary Nurse, of course via the western medicine model and as you do, I believe using a more natural approach is much more healthy. Treat the dis-ease not just the symptoms.

    There is however a place and need for conventional medicine at times. In fact it’s very good at fixing broken things. 🙂

    I wonder if you could show us how to treat external parasites such as Demodex and skin mites? I can’t find anything on the topic in the works of yours that I have st this time, except Heartworm. Thank you for that and all you do for our animals.!

  4. Avatar Marcine Stubbs Says:
    March 7th, 2017 at 9:40 pm

    I am so incredibly sad to hear about your loss of Lewis. My heart breaks for you and your family. The loss of a pet is something that way too many people think is just nothing. Not anyone who has ever had an animal that they love. I had too put my Sparky down 2 weeks ago tomorrow and my heart feels like it will never mend. Lewis and Sparky are playing together at Rainbow Bridge and we will see them again.
    I have been following your site for many years and have told many of my other dog loving friends about you. So happy that you do what you do, and I know throughout my Sparkys life, you have saved me a lot of money and time spent in vets offices. Sparky had allergies and wish I could have tried the green tea and acv on him. I do have another dog and so the information is still very useful. Thanks again for your wonderful caring and the info you send to us pet lovers.

  5. Avatar Wendy Hilton Says:
    March 25th, 2017 at 11:10 pm

    Thank you for this info. I have 4 bloodhounds, 2 with reoccurring ear infections. I looked at the ingredients in Monostat here in the us and it did not have the clotrimazole as the active ingredient. I was able to find clotrimazole creams and athletes foot creams with clotrimazole, however there are several other inactive ingredients in all of the creams. Should I be concerned proceeding with any of these creams and their inactive ingredients.
    Here are the active ingredients in one specific cream – Brand: Family Care Clotimazole
    cetyl alcohol
    propylene glycol
    stearic acid
    mineral oil
    polysorbate 60
    sorbitan monostearate
    benzyl alcohol
    Just want to make sure I do not damage their hearing with another ingredient. Thank You The Hilton Hounds

  6. Avatar Mary Ann Runewicz Says:
    April 9th, 2017 at 9:55 am

    Thanks so much for the valuable information you provide. I share your site w/ my friends. I have a questions for you about the curcumin you used in your video. Is there a specific brand for dogs that is recommended or any brand?


    Mary Ann


Dr. Andrew Jones, DVM