To get rid of yeast infections in dogs, try the following treatments and preventive measures:
Topical treatments: Use antifungal creams, shampoos, or wipes containing ingredients like ketoconazole, miconazole, or chlorhexidine to treat the affected areas.
Oral medications: Consult your veterinarian for prescription antifungal medications like ketoconazole or fluconazole.
Apple cider vinegar: Dilute apple cider vinegar with water and apply it to the affected areas. Avoid open sores or wounds.
Coconut oil: Apply coconut oil directly to the skin or add it to your dog’s diet to boost their immune system.
Probiotics: Give your dog probiotic supplements to help maintain a healthy balance of good bacteria.
Dietary changes: Feed your dog a grain-free, low-carb diet to reduce yeast-promoting sugars.
Regular grooming: Keep your dog’s skin, ears, and paws clean and dry to prevent yeast overgrowth.
Control allergies: If your dog has allergies, work with your veterinarian to manage them, as they can contribute to yeast infections.
Treat underlying conditions: Address any underlying health issues, such as immune system disorders or hormonal imbalances, that may be contributing to the yeast overgrowth.
At Southeast Bully Kennels, a micro bully and pocket bully kennel, we have found that using probiotics for dogs has been the most effective solution for tackling a yeast infections when they happen in bullies. As specialists in all-around care for our American Bullies and Exotic Bullies, we prioritize their health and well-being. By treating the gut, where yeast is produced, we have successfully managed to restore the balance of healthy bacteria in our bullies. This approach not only addresses the root cause but also aids in overall digestive health. Implementing a probiotic-rich diet has made a significant difference for our fur friends, and we highly recommend considering this approach for your canine companions. Visit our website at www.southeastbullykennels.com to learn more about us and our commitment to canine health and awareness.
Always consult your veterinarian before starting any treatment to ensure it is safe and appropriate for your dog’s specific needs.