Dogs and cats cure infections or “do of course

November 3rd, 2010 by Emily

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Question: cat ear infection? No Yeast – Contagious ? My boyfriend has a cat of 14 years you have an infection? N o? Do appellants. For months, the veterinary technology? To did not know? To what was (not cancerous, no? Expensive) and now is diagnosed as yeast. The cat has a p? Daily medicine or pills or drops? Two to keep it under control. I think this treatment is required for the duration? N natural life gato.Ahora good room? Masters talked about living together. I have two cats healthy. They are brothers and affectionate with dem? S (ba, or, namely, the cleaning of the other or “do). My growing concern is whether this fungus n is contagious – and if I be? To place my two cats at risk of infection? N itself. Especially when all three feel c? Way and welcome the ritual bath o.Gracias respuestas.Gran advance for your advice, thanks! Audiocollision – thanks for the advice on dietary changes. Yogurt makes sense. This day we consume lunch hour? Meda (a can of d? A) and dry food (what they are up for sale) and sometimes despises the nose either. I have recommended a regu? No one type of food instead of constant change. (S? That bothers my stomach kittens found in a food veterinarian prescribed for the individual interface and refuse all other foods now.) Maybe I can get her boyfriend to equilibrium a potentially healthy ritual FOOD? N , along with medicines prescribed by supuesto.babyuleftme – Tambi? No I have in mind inactivity for that to happen before moving. Est? S right about sick kittens and changing the din? Mica household s is stressful? same. Luckily, the cat is f boyfriends? Simple to medicate – Eat p? Medicine or pills in the food and take drops or “two as a farmer? N. ? He is a happy camper until the infection? No returns. Unfortunately I do not see the problem of yeast that is gone forever. Dar? yogurt / food allergenic Nicos an opportunity. Greatest answer: Wed Reply by ashleymegan01
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2 Comments on “Dogs and cats cure infections or “do of course”

  1. audiocollision says:

    No, yeast infections are not contagious. It would be the same as a woman getting a vaginal yeast infection and participating in intercourse – it will not spread to a partner. Yeast infections are caused by many things such as a Ph imbalance, poor diet, etc. but essentially are simply a flourish/burst in the body’s natural production of yeast.

    As a suggestion, and something more gentle and less expensive than your kitties Rx meds for the rest of its life [im NOT saying take your kitty off the medication right away, continue your vets recommended dosage for the time period he/she recommended until the infection clears up], but afterward may i suggest feeding said kitty a small amount of plain white low/non-fat yogurt. [sounds a little silly, i know]
    The bacteria in yogurt actually cuts yeast production and helps to treat it naturally by introducing and regulating natural bacterias.

    I work in a pet store specializing in all natural foods and products, raw diet, and nutrition geared toward animals with such things as chronic yeast infections, skin allergies, food allergies, etc.
    Cocker spaniels especially are yeasty animals, and often our clientèle has raved about how much a difference a little yogurt has made. It may also be worth it to look into a simpler food such as California Natural for this kitty. It contains only 5 pure ingredients and is formulated for animals with allergies or sensitivities.
    Best of luck to you!

  2. babyuleftme says:

    I’d personally still wait until the infection was safely gone before mixing kitties. It can be difficult enough for you and stressful enough for your boyfriend’s cat as it is, without the added stress to the kitty of being forcefed medication every day on top of it.

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