How do I treat my dog ear infection at home?
What are the signs of an ear infection in a dog?
- Scratching or Pawing at the Ear.
- Head Tilt and Shaking.
- Loss of Balance.
- Strong Odor from the Ear.
- Swelling and Redness of the Ear.
- Oozing from the Ear.
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What will soothe a dog’s ear infection? Home remedies for ear infections often just don’t work. They can irritate and damage your pet’s ears, and sometimes even make an infection worse. If you’ve search online, you may find home remedies for dog ear infections like vinegar, hydrogen peroxide, or rubbing alcohol.
Will ear infection go away on its own dog? In most cases, a dog’s ear infection will not go away on its own. What’s worse, if you wait too long to treat the ear infection, it can become much more difficult to get under control. An untreated ear infection can lead to chronic issues, hearing loss, and sometimes the need for expensive surgery.