If it's good enough for the human, then it's good enough for the dog. I've used tea tree oil for most skin problems and a yeast infection too. I have this other expensive ointment called Egyptian Magic that cleared up this mysterious rash on my neck and other skin problems. An ex hipped me wise to it. Before the military his skin was buttery smooth and even. Then he began to shave leaving his skin riddled with hair bumps and discolored skin. An old man told him about EM. Ex used EM religously and his skin was once again blemish and bump free. It also speeded up Ciara's healing from her operation.
Back to tea tree oil. So, the Epi Otic dog ear cleaning solution cleaned her ear, but something else is WRONG. The tea tree oil called out to me. I googled it and it's perfect for dog ears. What else can tea tree oil do?
The cheapest I've seen Egyptian Magic is $27.95 from Nature & Herbs on amazon. When I bought it a year ago it was $24.95.
Oh and I should have never thought about Ciara's deadbeat male human care giver. He called yesterday while he was at work -a loud barbershop- asking me about a $2 bill he gave me. He said he asked me to put it up in my jewelry drawer of my vanity. Please. He gave me the $2 bill. And then he says, "I can give you two dollars for the bill." WOW. I asked him for $68 for Ciara's Frontline and heartworm pills. He said his car needed repairs and he couldn't go out and buy a new car like me. WTH? So, I hung up the phone. Now I will google $2 bills because people just give them to me like it's nothing. And for him to ask about it, it might be worth something.