What can I use to clean my dog’s ears at home?
To clean normal ears, choose a mild ear cleaner specifically designed to be used on pets.
It’s generally best to avoid vinegar, alcohol, and hydrogen peroxide, which can irritate the skin of some dogs and be painful to an already inflamed ear canal.
What is the brown stuff in my dog’s ears?
A waxy, yellow, or reddish-brown ear discharge can also be a sign your dog has an ear infection, which can be a result of allergies, mites, polyps, overproduction of ear wax, excessive bathing or swimming (which can leave too much moisture in the ears), or other problems.
Do I need to clean my dog’s ears?
No. While it is important to clean your dog’s ears when needed, over-cleaning may cause irritation in the ear canal and this can lead to infection. Some dogs that have healthy, clean ears may never need to have their ears cleaned. Your veterinarian can help you decide how often your dog’s ears should be cleaned.
How do I clean my dog’s stinky ears?
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