Are frequent trips to the veterinary hospital for ear cleaning or applications of medications required to keep your dog’s ears free from uncomfortable inflammation and infection? If so, you are not alone, as ailments affecting the ears are some of the most common reasons owners present their pets to their veterinarian for evaluation and treatment.
Learn about the unique structure of the canine and feline ear canal and my tip vet tips to prevent ear problems by clicking here: Vet Tips to Recognize and Treat Pet Ear Problems.
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