Miakoda wrote:I use a 50/50 Winter Green Alcohol & White Vinegar mix. HOWEVER, alcohol burns like the dickens on sores & cuts, so if a dog has a severely infected ear & has been scratching at it a lot, I suggest a premade/storebought one minus the alcohol (I like the Nolvasan flush for times like this).
Also, I pur the cleanser on a cotton ball, put int just inside the dogs ear, lower the flap (if ears aren't cropped) & mush it all around. All my dogs appreciate this procedure vs. the pour in/spray in. Repeat if necessary & then use dry cotton balls to soak up & pull out any gunk.
msvette2u wrote:Good ideas, thanks. Jenny's ears are so bad that I can smell her from across the room.
msvette2u wrote:Really well actually. Alot better than I'd have thought. She's ok with the kids now that they are here, and barely noticed Jeff come home. She just kind of finds a spot and lays down.
Earlier at dinner she turned her nose up at the Beneful that came with her and wanted something else!! So I gave her the "Blue" and she scarfed it down.
Every time I go into the kitchen she comes in as if expecting me to feed her.
Users browsing this forum: No registered users