Articles with ear infections

Symptoms to Watch for in Your Dog: Head Tilt

There is the adorable heat tilt that dogs do when you talk to them. And then there is the head tilt that is a sign of a problem. It isn’t all that hard to tell the difference. The head tilt we all love can vary from side to side, in response to interesting stimuli. The dog is looking at the…

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Cookie’s Ears Are Still Not Happy

Since the vet found some suspicious wax build up during a routine exam, we were cleaning Cookie’s ears daily. We did that religiously for a couple of weeks. Fortunately, after some initial bumps on the road, Cookie is doing well with it. We were hoping that after all this, the ears would get happy and we get a green light…

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Staying On Top Of The Ears: Cookie Is Not Impressed

Cookie’s foot seems to be fine for good. While she was in for her vaccination, the vet checked the foot and the rest of her thoroughly. Everything is good, except for her ears. They were fine on the previous exams, but this time they had excess wax. Because there was nothing wrong with them before, they don’t smell and don’t…

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Angry Vet On Ear Infections: Deciphering Ear Problems in Dogs

Angry Vet On Ear Infections: Deciphering Ear Problems in Dogs

by Dr. Michael Ferber Chronic ear problems are some of the most common conditions seen in dogs, and amongst the most mishandled by veterinarians.   These problems are probably the most common chronic conditions that we see. Many clients have either preconceived notions of the causes and treatments based on what is seen with ear infections in people, or they just…

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