How to Clean Your Dog’s Ears

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When it comes to our dogs, we want the best for them. One very important way you can monitor your dog’s health is to examine its ears weekly. This is not a difficult task. We may not think to do this on our own but is it especially important for dogs that have floppy ears or dog’s with allergies. So upon inspecting their ears, if you see build up of wax or they look dirty, make sure to get them cleaned out as soon as possible. Now if your dog’s ears are already infected, you’ll want to clear up the infection first as this may be painful to them to clean them out. Below is a video I found on the internet with step-by-step instructions on how to clean them out.
Use cotton pads to wipe the outside of the ear canal – not too deep – Then take the Q-tip and go around the crevices of the outside of the ear canal – DO NOT PUT THE Q-TIP DOWN IN THE EAR CANAL