Dog Health Treatment & Advice : How to Treat a Dog’s Ear Infection Naturally

To treat a dog’s ear infection naturally, try using apple cider vinegar, hydrogen peroxide or rubbing alcohol to help kill the infection, but veterinarian-approved products work the best to kill the infection quickly. Use naturally remedies to treat a dog’s ear infection withhealth information from a veterinarian in this free video on pet care. Expert: Dr. Aimee Beger Bio: Dr. Aimee Beger works for McClintock Animal Care Center in Tempe, Ariz. Filmmaker: Ryan Quinn

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  1. aceticman says:

    fantastic as a victim of an ear surgery at a young age it is important that this information is common knowledge.

    The doctor wanted to cut out both ears but was only given permission to do one. I have had no problems on the non operated ear but the operated one has been permanently infected and deafened. I used vinegar in the mess that the surgeon left and it worked, I also tried some drops but they gave me a fungal infection. I also use olive oil and a cotton wool ball to draw out debris.

  2. simon1812 says:

    why olive oil?

  3. jeg622 says:

    Olive oil helps dirt and debris (or ear wax in humans) get out faster
    I also hear that garlic oil (garlic and olive oil ) works great for ear infections in humans but Im not sure if it works on dogs.

  4. KARStarla says:

    Can silver biotics help an ear infection? Its a coloidal silver, it says it can go into the ear Im wondering how fast it works though

  5. pro1tein says:

    amy is hot and single….seeing there is on ring….i love nurses and vets….hot profession..

  6. ramron333 says:

    my dogs got no nose

  7. newyorkeastside says:

    what? your dogs have no nose? What the hell does that have to do with ear infections? You need to go to the dog without a nose youtube vid…….lol

  8. ramron333 says:

    i asked him what is the last thing they put on a house he said woof
    wots the weather like he said ruff but it was quite sunny

  9. ramron333 says:

    i bought a tank and put some goldfish in it but the next day they were lying dead any ideas

  10. Jujyreign says:

    I have 2 Shih Tzu and I took a look at their ears today and it was all clotted with greasy hairballs and it was full of black wax. I cleaned it up with Q-tips and it came out so nasty, it had a musty odor. I also heard a lot of mushy sounds, I am letting my dogs hair grow long so do you think I should cut my dogs hair since this might have happened since I never dried its ears? Or should I still let it grow, apply the medication and when I wash him put cotton balls inside of his ears?

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