Quote:Chronic yeast infections are usually diet related. My new vet surprised me by knowing this little gem!!! My dog had a yeastie beastie in one ear, and the meds cleared it up FAST (still using them to finish up the bottle, as directed, but it's not red anymore). I raw feed and neither me or the vet suspected a diet problem, BUT we've only had him since Feb and he was on Pedigree food at his old house. Or it could have just been some water, since he is a Lab and he swims year-round if given the chance - we've been down to the creek a few times. IN addition to the ear cleaning and ear drops, I feed a heaping tablespoon of ProBios powdered probiotics every night. It is made for livestock, and I bought it at TSC & the other feedstore. It has dosage for dogs on the back, besides various livestock. I would recommend the high-powered probiotics supplement for almost any ailment that could be helped by a healthier flora. Me as a human has gotten relief from girly yeasties by taking higher doses of Vitamin C. You can feed dogs vitamin C too. Most of the time it is used for arthritis, but it has skin and coat benefits. A regular dosage for a med/large dog is 500-800mg/day and it's best to use the stomach-safer Ester C which conveniently comes in 500mg capsuls you can open and pour over the food. Google around for other doses - coz I only have large dogs.