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Advice on dogs ear infection pls...

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Milo (the dog ) has had an ear infection for as long as ive known but its starting to get really bad, we have run out of the ear drops but still have the cleanser ive cleaned them loads of time but he… Read More
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7y, 3m agoPosted 7 years, 3 months ago
Milo (the dog ) has had an ear infection for as long as ive known but its starting to get really bad, we have run out of the ear drops but still have the cleanser ive cleaned them loads of time but hes still scratching and making it worse and advice on what to do until we can get him to the vets

thanks xx
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7y, 3m agoPosted 7 years, 3 months ago
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#1
what ear cleaner you using?
#2
Our vet is opened on a sunday for an hour - check and see cause u might find your own vet is also opened
#3
Lulu'sMammy
what ear cleaner you using?


erm its clean aural we gt it from the rspca vet
#4
You don't want it getting infected - so try and either wait it out until tomorrow, or if you're really concerned pay a fortune for an emergency vet. Good luck.
#5
sounds like the vets need to take a scraping of the ear canal if it is a prelonged infection as their must be a reason why it is not clearing properly.
Deff get her to the vets asap.

if you have any natracalm or the likes that might calm her down and stop her from itching the ear quite as much............most pet shops sell them, their used on bonfire night and the likes to keep pets calm during fireworks.
#6
moob;7708843
You don't want it getting infected - so try and either wait it out until tomorrow, or if you're really concerned pay a fortune for an emergency vet. Good luck.

Its already infected....hence a ear infection...staffie hater.
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aah96;7708842
erm its clean aural we gt it from the rspca vet

Do you mean canaural, a yellow liquid in a little bottle? Thats not ear cleaner thats ear treatment. Whats the name of the cleaner then i can advise you next.
#8
Lulu'sMammy
Its already infected....hence a ear infection...staffie hater.


i think they mean a wound infection from scratching actually!
:whistling:
#9
Try thornit works wonders even when the vets very exspensive stuff doesnt
http://www.petmeds.co.uk/p-528-thornit-ear-powder.aspx?gclid=CJG5kq_kzp8CFWlr4wodtye20A

the little bottle would do fine, as its pretty big. It goes on the outer bit of the ear then rub it smells like a denist but is very good, our rescue had very dodgy ears when we got him used this and now use it onces a month and his been clear for 5months
#10
Lampshade on the head to stop him scratching it.
#11
Lulu'sMammy
Do you mean canaural, a yellow liquid in a little bottle? Thats not ear cleaner thats ear treatment. Whats the name of the cleaner then i can advise you next.


no we have run out of that it just says clean aural its a proper perscripted

hes repeatedly scratching it i will see if i can get a pic
#12
Lulu'sMammy
Its already infected....hence a ear infection...staffie hater.


I don't mean the inner ear, I mean the skin from all the scratching, devil-dog lover.
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aah96;7708906
no we have run out of that it just says clean aural its a proper perscripted

hes repeatedly scratching it i will see if i can get a pic

What vets you using? Kirkham is open. Although it will be very sore, its not life threatening to go today and tomorrow will be fine. In the mean timeuse warm water cotton wool balls to clean the wax, then dry THOROUGHLY with kitchen roll ( not cotton wool as u may leave some inside the canal) NEVER use the same piece of paper/cotton wool for the other ear, then if you have a "lampshade" then use that, otherwise occupy him with a bone, games etc to stop him scratching.
#14
Lulu'sMammy
What vets you using? Kirkham is open. Although it will be very sore, its not life threatening to go today and tomorrow will be fine. In the mean timeuse warm water cotton wool balls to clean the wax, then dry THOROUGHLY with kitchen roll ( not cotton wool as u may leave some inside the canal) NEVER use the same piece of paper/cotton wool for the other ear, then if you have a "lampshade" then use that, otherwise occupy him with a bone, games etc to stop him scratching.


ok thanks going to take him on a long deserved walk soon :)

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