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By nicole (Guest Post)01/13/2009
I did 50% vinegar and 50% water and put it on a cotton ball, my dog has not shaken her head all day. So far so good.
By tahlula 01/08/2009
Do not pour anything into a pet's ear!
If anything that drastic is necessary, leave it to a vet. You could injure the animal or cause an infection. Liquid can get trapped and animals can't communicate well enough t let you know. Stick to just wiping gently.
By Di. (Guest Post)01/05/2009
Do not pour any liquid in their ears. Just think how that would feel if someone did that to you. My vet recommends peroxide for the ears on a cotton ball or Q-tip - but, do not put the Q-tip down in the ear. Just use on the outside surface of the ear gently. And, it always a good idea to ask your Vet.
By Anonymous 12/30/2008
I use cotton balls to clean my kitty's ears ... Please don't place any fluid (other than a prescription that might require it) inside any creatures ears !!!
By Janette 12/29/2008
I just dip a q-tip in white vinegar and swab my dogs ears. It is a disinfectant and a deodorizer. Do not pour the vinegar in the ears. ~Janette~
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