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Old 08-07-2017, 03:48 AM   #1
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Removing Water from a dogs ear.

Hey everyone!
I was wondering if anyone can give me some tips on how to get rid of water from my dogs ear? Can i do it in a similar fashion a person would or is their a whole different method that can be used?

Thanks in advance!

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You can follow below steps -

  • Dry your dog's ears as gently as possible with a soft towel. If your dog's ears are floppy, lift the ear and gently dry the underside of the flap.
  • Place a few drops of the ear solution in the first ear canal. If you are using a home remedy, place the drops in the ear with a small, clean medicine dropper. Do not force the tip of the bottle or dropper into the ear canal.
  • Massage the base of your dog's ear for a minute or two to distribute the solution throughout the ear canal.
  • Let your dog shake his head. The force of the shaking will dislodge any debris that may have entered his ear.
  • Using a cotton ball, wipe the inner side of the ear flap to draw out and remove any additional liquid, discharge and debris. You may need to use several cotton balls.
  • Repeat the process with the second ear.
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