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    Default Article: Conquering Ear Mites Naturally

    How to remove ear mites in cats and dogs at home without using harsh chemicals

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    I have heard and used Mineral Oil also works. I have used the cheap brand of baby oil and a Washed out medication syringe, one you used to give animals liquid medicine and use a couple of drops in their ears. Rub it in and it works like a charm.

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    I also do this for my little dog. works great, you should message the out side of the ear on dogs to make sure it gets all the way down,

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    Could you use Olive Oil in place of Corn Oil? I would think the way it works is by suffocating the mites. I have plenty of Olive oil and use it in my own ears to soften wax for easy cleaning.

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    Default Re: Article: Conquering Ear Mites Naturally

    Quote Originally Posted by RachaelRaines View Post
    Could you use Olive Oil in place of Corn Oil? I would think the way it works is by suffocating the mites. I have plenty of Olive oil and use it in my own ears to soften wax for easy cleaning.
    Here more info: (but, yes, it says olive oil is okay!)

    A Safe and Effective Home Remedy for Eradicating Ear Mites from Your Cat's Ears - Yahoo Voices - voices.yahoo.com

    Glad you asked...I'm going to try it!

 

 

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