11-15-2012, 08:10 AM
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Horses can get yeast infection in their ears the same as dogs and cats.
One of my four horses is really prone to yeast infections in his left ear. He lets me clean him and put the medicine in BUT I had the vet look at him the first time to make the correct diagnosis and give me the correct medicine.
Please have the vet out
That stuff itches. If you've noticed your horse rubbing it's head, that's why --- that black stuff itches him. Whenever my horse starts rubbing his head against the wall, I know that black stuff needs cleaned out and medicine put in there.
That may be something the horse has to live with because that's who he is. It doesn't matter what season we're in, nor does it matter that my horse doesn't eat grain products.