First Aid

Pet First Aid – by Australia’s travelling vet

How to clean your dog’s ears

In this video, Dr. Tania will teach you how to put ear drops in your dog’s ears. This could be after instructions from your vet, to apply medicated drops for an ear infection or cleaning your dog’s ears with your Vet in a Van – Navigator Pet First Aid Kit. Dogs’ ears can become smelly, mucky, red or sore due to irritation from things like dust, yeast overgrowth, skin sensitivity, ear infections, swimming or a foreign body like a grass seed stuck in the ear. It is simple and easy to put ear drops in your dog’s ears in just a few minutes following these simple instructions. *

NOTE: If your dog’s ear is painful, seek veterinary advice before putting any drops in their ears. NEVER insert anything into your dog’s ears, this could harm your dog, causing pain or even deafness.

All items in this video can be found in the Vet in a Van – Navigator Pet First Aid Kit

* This instructional video provides generalised information. The content of this video does not replace individual veterinary advice specific to your pet. Professional veterinary advice should always be sought for any animal health issue.

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