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Ear Mite

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Ear mites are mites that live in the ears of animals.


The problem is very contagious, and can be transmitted from even brief physical contact with other animals. Very rarely, Humans can also be affected.

Consequences of infection

This is often a problem in pets such as cats and ferrets, as they cause inflammatory symptoms, like bacterial and yeast infections. Other, more serious problems can result from untreated infections, such as skin disease, deafness, and seizures.

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