Can dogs pick up Malassezia, from grass or dirt in a yard?
(Fort Worth, TX)
Recently, I and my son, have been diagnosed with Malassazia sympodialis & Malassazia Globasoa, in the scalp.
We lived in a home for 3 years, that had large amounts of toxic fungus~
Stachybotrys, Chaetomium, Aspergillius, Penicillium, etc. Our four dogs lived in the home as well.
Me and my son are already seeing a Mold Specialist for the mycotoxins in our bodies: Ochratoxins, Aflotoxins, Gliotoxin…etc. I have now been diagnosed with CVID (Common Variable Immunodeficiency Disorder,) as well as degenerative arthritis. I am only 63 and previously healthy.
We moved into new house 1 month ago, this house has new gutters out on the street as water was pooling up to the home. Then we discovered inside water damage to the roof and the presence of Cladosporium, Chaetomium, Aspergillius which have all been remediated.
Could this standing water in yard and nearby grass, be a place where Malassazia species could be caught, by dogs and then transferred to me and my son.