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An all natural rabbit ear mites solution that works great.
Hello I am very impressed at this and I just have a question to ask im not
sure if you know or not but im thinking yes lol I was wondering if this
will also work on cats and dogs ?? thanks so much
Thanks for sharing.
I don’t want to take your questions and im very sorry please don’t be upset
but to the person who asked if you can get them Well I know they can be
spread to even humans and any other animas in your home. I am sorry for
answering this for you but this is something I know for sure id they can be
spread. The reason I know this is a friend of ours has a barn and has
horses and just about every animal out there and yes they can spread even
to ppl so make sure you wash your hands and everything very good. thanks
Thank you so much for sharing!!
thank you for finding a great natural solution. Does the treatment last for
awhile or do you suggest treating every few Months or so? Thanks for
My rabbits ears looked like they were full of peanut butter, 1 1/2 weeks
later they are doing great thank you.
Thankss so much tried this and it worked wonderful thank you very much for
Will any oil work – someone told me baby oil was good to use also ?
Thank you for this easy recipe!!!! Really enjoyed your video…great
I have a question .. I found a rabbit in the street I tryed to find its
owner but no one would claim it it has ear mites but it is solo bad on one
of its ears its ear is so crusty and flake I want to know if it will help
if I remove a tad bit of it and are these mites contagouse to me do I need
to wear gloves or something but I really want to help this poor little
rabbit but I’ve never seen this before do I put the mixture on the outside
of its ear too if there is scabs there I’m so worried about this rabbit I
don’t want to over medicate it or whatever .. Do you think its okay that I
mix tea tree oil with a bit of water and spray it on there first because
ive found on the net that it helps kill mites like scabies aplyed to the
infected area .. Then apply honey water to the ear to suffocate and will
the stuff drain out of the rabbits ear I think I’m making a mountain out of
a molehill but this stuff looks terrible I just want to make sure I’m doing
it the right way I don’t want to hurt it anymore than it already is
Fantastic video. I, myself, have a New Zealand White Buck (about 2 yrs
old). He was treated about 3 months prior 4 ear mites with injectable
ivermectin. He was given one shot once a week for three weeks. Seemed to
have worked well or so I thought. It came back with a vengeance! I thought
he were having a seizure, it was frightening. He’s now on Baytril (2xs
daily for 7 days). I still smell the stench, and his left ear is tilted.
Great info! We plan to get some rabbits in the spring so having this info
will be wonderful. One more thing to know about before we need to. Thanks!
I don’t have rabbits… yet… I might someday, so I’ll keep this in mind.
This is really GREAT! I’m gonna write this down in my notebook in case my
rabbits ever get the ear mites. Thanks for sharing this.
Thank you for sharing. I am always looking for make at home recipes to care
form y rabbits. I always have tea tree oil on hand. Great info!
watuwaitn4? 4 u 2 post another video
ohhh mites in your hair! bugs are nasty.
Gave him his last pill over an hour ago, shall I try this remedy?
You might want to research using tea tree oil on cats. I think I ran across
something that said it was toxic to them.
What kind of Oil. I have a cat that has recurring problems with ear mites
and we have tried everything, including stuff we got from the vet, and it
Imulkey2011- they say olive oil, but I bet this solution would work too.
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