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Using Colloidal Silver for Dog's Ear Infection

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How do you use the Colloidal Silver for dog ear infections? Is it giving by mouth or a drop in the ear?

Barbara

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03/20/2009 Flag

Have just viewed a few websites about Colloidal Silver and I think, to be safe, you really should speak to your veterinarian.

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By Dena Roberts 35 491 03/20/2009 Flag

I take it myself, for a sinus condition. It seems to help; clears it up until I run out and forget to get more! For dogs and cats, you are supposed to put a tablespoon full into a soup bowl sized water bowl. Vet is a good idea to find the underlying cause of the infection. Vet meds also work faster as they are stronger. They also work out to be cheaper, as it takes a long time for the silver to work, usually a couple of bottles!

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By Scooter 11 03/23/2009 Flag

Mix 1 tablespoon of apple cider vinegar in 1 cup of water. Add a few drops to each ear about 1 or 2 times a week. Rub the base of the ear well to help distribute the liquid. Many dog ear problems are yeast infestions.

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By John 2 04/21/2009 Flag

Hey that apple cider vinegar solution works wonders.

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