Cleaning Your Dog’s Ears

Cleaning Your Dog’s Ears

Cleaning your dog’s ears is a necessary grooming task. Examine your dog’s ears frequently for cuts or abrasions plus signs of infection such as redness, swelling, or dark discharge. These conditions may need medical attention. Otherwise clean your dog’s ears about twice a month. Pour a little dog-safe ear rinse into the ears and use the earflap to distribute the fluid and loosen any debris. Use cotton balls to remove the debris and dry the ears. You can use cotton swabs but don’t reach in any further than you can see so you don’t damage the ear canal. Change the cotton often. Only use each piece in one ear so you don’t cross contaminate the other ear. Start cleaning your dog’s ears when he is young so it becomes routine. Be patient and kind while cleaning the ears. There is no room for punishment while grooming your dog. Learn more from your vets Greensboro, NC.

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