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Monday, August 22, 2011

Ear Infection - How To Tell If Your Dog Has It

By Wayne Harley

Is your dog acting as if he has an object in his ear that is driving him nuts? Is he using cotton swabs all the time, like he is attempting desperately to eliminate wax buildup? Is he holding his head on its side, shaking it like he just hopped out of the swimming hole? Your dog may be suffering with infected ears.

Your Dog's Ear Infection Issues

* Your dog is scraping or rubbing at his ears * Bending his head to one side, or down, shaking his head. * His ears will discharge or crustiness. * Dog's ears look like they've been bleeding, waxy, bright red inside or swollen. * Your dog may yelp or be very sensitive when his ears are touched.

If your dog's possible ear infection goes without treatment it can get deeper into the ear. This causes the pain the dog is in to grow sharply. Following are more symptoms if the infection gets worse:

* Your dog may hold his head very still, and to its side. * Opening his mouth or touching his head will cause your dog pain. * Dizziness. Dogs can become dizzy, with bad balance and coordination, as the infection travels to the inner ear. * Dog may walk around in circles. * Vomiting.

Possible Causes of Dog Ear Infections

* Wet ears not dried soon after bathing or swimming. * Ear canal growths. * Ear wax build up. * Hair removal from ears from the groomer. * Ear mites going untreated * Cleaning dogs ears with cotton swabs (can force objects further into canal of ear) * Allergy from grasses, ear medications, or other allergic sources.

Take a few minutes to check your dogs health regularly. If you've chosen to clean your dogs ears yourself, please be very careful so as to not cause more problems. Looking for an ear infection quickly can save your dog a lot of pain. Your vet can give you the correct medicine to help get rid of your dog's infection.

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