Ear Cleaning

  1. Grasp the flap of the ear and gently pull up while filling with ear cleaner. Fill the ear until it is coming out of the ear, you can never put too much ear cleanser in the ear. Be aware that they may shake their head as the cleanser is going into their ear canal.
  2. Massage at the base of the ear to get the cleanser deep down in the ear. Massage the debris loose from the wall of the ear canal; allow the animal to shake its head. You may want to clean ear outside or hold a towel up in front of the head to catch flying cleaner when they shake!
  3. Take a cotton ball and wipe the ear out. Continue this process until the cotton ball comes out clean. You will need to put the ear cleanser in the ear more than once your first few times cleaning to get all the junk out.

  4. For more information on ear health read the articles Ear Disease and Ear Mites

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