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How do I prevent pet ear problems?

To prevent pet ear problems it’s helpful to know some of the many causes to better avoid them.

Some of the most common reasons for ear problems include:

  • Water going in ears.  Like when a pet gets a bath, or playing in the water in the yard, creek, lake, pond, beach etc.
  • Soapy water going in the ears while getting a bath at home or at the groomers.
  • Food allergies

Things to avoid:

  • Keep your pet away from foxtail fields.
  • Keep your pet away from other pets with ear mites.
  • Stay away from chigger infested areas.

Having routine pet ear exams can help catch ear problems early and prevent a more severe and chronic ear problem down the road.

Conditions We Treat

These are some of the many types of pet ear problems we treat.
Click on the pet ear conditions listed below to view photos, videos, and learn more about each condition.

This is a Healthy Pet Ear for comparison.

Allergies
Biofilm
Dermatitis
Dirt
Ear mites
Foxtail
Impacted ear
Infected middle ear
Mass / Growth / Tumor
Moisture
Obstructed ear canal
Polyps
Ruptured ear drum
Wax plugs
Yeast

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