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Identifying Dog Ear Problems

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If your dog is rubbing and scratching their ears it could be either an infection of an ear mite infestation. A trip to the vet is a good way to identify the problem and to determine the best treatment.


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April 11, 2019

How do know if your dog has a ear infection or if it's something more like ear mites? What is the best way to treat this?


April 11, 20190 found this helpful

If your dog is constantly scratching and seems uncomfortable it is time to call the vet.

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April 11, 20190 found this helpful

Dogs who are rubbing their face/ears on things... carpet, wall corners etc. May have an infection or mites. Either way it needs a vet check or call. Red and warm ear insides are a symptom of an infection or fungus as is brown goop in the ears and a lot of head shaking.

Post back what the vet tells you! Sending p healing wishes and prayers!

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