Canine Ear Infections
Canine ear infections are all too common, caused by bacteria & yeast built-up due to: moisture, wax, allergies, ear mites, excessive hair growth in the ear, or hypothyroidism. Bacteria and yeast can grow quite easily in your canine’s ears if moisture becomes trapped in the canal, a typical result of bathing, grooming or swimming. Many dogs also suffer from allergies, both environmental or food related and are pre-disposed to ear infections.
Make Sure To Keep An Eye Out For
- Ear & Head Scratching.
- Discolored Discharge from The Ear.
- Foul Odor.
- Redness and Swelling.
- Scabs and Crust Forming Around the Ear.
- Hair Loss Around the Ear.
- Head Shaking or Tilting.
- Loss of Hearing.
- Walking in Circles.
Routine cleaning with Veterinary Formula Clinical Care Ear Therapy or Dr. Gold’s Ear Therapy is important to reduce the chances your pet will develop these problems.