Ear infections are one of the most common medical issues for dogs, and they can present concerning symptoms. Luckily, most canine ear infections clear up easily with treatment. Here’s what you should know.
Not all dog’s stink; yet, somehow, your dog stinks. Some dogs are just stinkier than others, right? Here are things to look for if you find your dog smelling even after the most thorough of baths.
All dogs shake their heads from time to time, but when head shaking becomes excessive, it can be alarming. Most dogs will shake to relieve a mild itch or irritation; however, if head shaking persists, it is a cause for concern.
If your pooch is prone to ear infections or seems to have a lot of wax build up, you may be wondering if you can use hydrogen peroxide to clean a dog’s ears. After all, over the counter drops for humans’ ears contain peroxide solutions. Here’s what vets say.