You can also use lemon to make an effective anti-fungal rinse. Use the same measurements for lemon as for apple cider vinegar. Another option is to use 20 drops of peppermint essential oil in a gallon of water to treat yeasty paws, or use a tea tree oil shampoo to bathe your pooch. If using lemon as a yeast treatment, note that it might bleach dark dog hair. Avoid getting any rinse in your dog's eyes. Use a cone collar to prevent your dog from constantly licking and biting her paws. Keep your dog away from moist areas while she is being treated for fungus.
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Researchers have recently begun exploring the possibility that many well-known diseases have an immune component. Endocrine diseases like hypothyroidism or diabetes mellitus may be caused by immune rejection of hormone-producing cells. Kerratoconjunctivitis sicca (KCS or "dry eye") due to the shut-down of tear production responds to the antirejection drug cyclosporine. Chronic active hepatitis (liver disease) may also have an immune basis. These and many other areas of medicine are being explored for possible connection to the complicated world of autoimmune disease.