If your pet is diagnosed with yeast in the skin, paws, ears, etc, there is a natural tendency to want to eradicate the yeast. But, some yeast is a natural part of our intestinal flora that keeps other bacteria and parasites in balance. Yeast is typically a "secondary invader" meaning that bad bacteria is usually first to arrive, along with the yeast. That is why your veterinarian might prescribe a prescription medication for yeast such as Ketoconazole at the same time as an antibiotic.
In your pet's best interest, K9 Yeast Defense must be used properly and safely to help rebalance your pet's intestinal flora. We require that the K9 Yeast Defense is used with a powerful and effective probiotic. This helps to avoid the risk of your pet developing a bacterial infection while you are killing off the yeast. If your pet has had any type of yeast infection, ear infection, skin problems or allergies, by far the BEST results occur when the K9 Yeast Defense is used along with BOTH Power Probiotic and Notatum which fights bacterial overgrowth.
In the disease pemphigus foliaceus, the autoantibodies are deposited in the outermost layers of the epidermis , and blisters form on otherwise healthy skin. Pemphigus erythematosus is fairly common, and is a lot like pemphigus foliaceus, but less afflictive. Pemphigus vulgaris, on the other hand, has deeper, and more severe, ulcers because the autoantibody is deposited deep in the skin. Pemphigus vegetans, which affects only dogs, is the rarest form of pemphigus, and seems to be a gentler version of pemphigus vulgaris, with somewhat milder ulcers.