One of my dogs has ear mites my other dog doesnt how can I keep the other from getting them?

Asked by Chopper on Nov 8th 2009 in Flea & Tick Prevention
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Have you taken the infected dog to the vet? Your vet will be able to give you drops or other forms of antibiotics to clear the mites and to help your other dog not get infected.

In the mean time, keep them from interacting closely – i.e. playing rough, sleeping together, etc.

I’d definitely take your dog to the vet though. You don’t want to risk having to deal with two dogs having ear mites.

Sergeant answered on 11/8/09. Helpful? Yes/Helpful: No 0 Report this answer

Miss Priss

Ear mite remedy; place some olive oil or corn oil into the ear and then a cotton ball.
You can do this to the Ear mite kid. It will drown the mites:
see here for more help:
ear wash recipe:

Miss Priss answered on 11/9/09. Helpful? Yes/Helpful: No 0 Report this answer