Ear Discharge in Dogs
Tags: dogs, ears, discharge, fluids, wax, infection, yeast, medication
There are several reasons that your dog might have ear discharge. Below are some of the most common reasons given by various veterinarians:
- Your dog might have to much earwax;
- Your dog might have to allergies;
- Your dog might have a yeast infection; or
- Your dog might be having a bad reaction to medication.
If your dog does have yellow, white, brown, or green discharge in their ears, rest assured that there are steps you can take to help your furry friend overcome this ailment.
- You might want to clean their ears with medication;
- You might want to pack your dog’s ears with cotton before bathing them;
- You might want to keep your dog inside during high allergen times; finally,
- You might want to put your dog on a special diet.
If none of the above remedies work then you should consult your vet to see what exactly might be causing the problem.
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