How to Give Your Dog Ear Medication
Dog Ear Cleaning, bacteria growth in ears, prevention
Topical ear medications are often necessary to adequately treat inflammatory or infectious ear conditions. Some dogs will tolerate the administration of liquids or ointments into their ears, while others will not. Remember that your dog's ear condition may be painful, and that even a normally gentle and passive dog may respond by struggling, growling, biting, or scratching. Until the medication begins to control the problem and ease the discomfort, you may need to muzzle your dog for this procedure. Make...

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What to do When Traditional Medicines Won’t Clear Infections
dog ear infections, treatment, conventional, remedy, dog ear, yeast
As with human antibiotics, sometimes dog's conventional treatment for ear infections have been showing to be resistant to bacteria. If this is the case, there are some natural and unconventional treatments that you might want to try. One is Manuka Honey which is found in different products. (Click here to read more) In 2016, a study was conducted to test the effectiveness of Manuka Honey to treat bacterial ear infections in 15 dogs. Researchers applied 1 ml of medical-grade honey...

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