Dog Care Tips : Cleaning a Canine Ear Canal

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Clean a canine ear canal by gently twisting a piece of gauze or a cotton ball down the center of the dog’s ear, being careful not to apply too much pressure. Avoid using cleansers in a dog’s ear unless instructed by a vet and consider information from a veterinarian in this free video on dog care. Expert: Dr. James Talbott Bio: Dr. James R. Talbott is a staff veterinarian at Belle Forest Animal Hospital and Kennel in Nashville, Tenn. Filmmaker: Dimitri LaBarge

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    2. ramron333 says:

      @TheEvilme56 it cant smell its got no nose

    3. TheEvilme56 says:

      @ramron333 lmfao how could your dogs have no nose

    4. EmX3Ed says:

      @macnepomuceno its not tickle, the skin is raw kinda like when u blow your nose too much when you get a cold, dont rub too much or it will irritate it more

    5. kirukim1 says:

      thanks you!

    6. ramron333 says:

      my dogs got no nose

    7. macnepomuceno says:

      my dog gets tickled when i clean his ears..

    8. 369TM says:

      I have tiny dogs so i dont put my finger in there ears, i use the safety cotton balls made for babys. they work really well for me!
      if your dog is overly sensative to having the ears cleaned, you should see a vet as this could indicate the beginning of an ear infection.

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