Step One: Put approximately one tablespoon (enough to fill their ear canal) hydrogen peroxide in their ear for seven days in a row. I used a long eyedropper.
Step Two: Put one tablespoon of rubbing alcohol in their ear for seven days in a row.
I cannot stress enough that this must be followed as written, do not combine both treatments at the same time. The hydrogen peroxide treats one type of infection and the alcohol treats another.
If your dog is yelping in pain take her to the vet and get antibiotics before starting this regimen. On the last day of treatment my dog actually wagged her tail. Pain free at last!
By dlginlove from MO
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I did something similar for my Bassett hound. He had an infection that was treated by the vet when he was a young dog. To keep it from reoccurring, when I would clean his ears I would drop a few drops of peroxide into his ear canals. He never got another infection. I would clean the upper areas with cotton balls dipped into peroxide. He lived a long life without any more ear troubles.
I have had my yelping dog to the vet for weeks with an earache and has been given antibiotic shots, pills, and ear ointment and has gotten worse. I started this treatment. How soon can we expect results?
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