How to Clean Dog Ears – PET | TAO Series: Ask Dr. Marc Smith!


PET | TAO co-founder, and TCVM (Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine) veterinarian, Dr. Marc Smith, explains how to clean dog ears.

“Hello ladies and gentlemen, I’m Dr. Marc Smith, 20-year practicing veterinarian and co-creator of PET TAO Holistic Pet Products.

Cleaning your dog’s ears.

It’s very important to keep your dog from getting ear infections.

I want to tell you a quick, simple, easy way that you can do that at home.

You can take half water, and half apple cider vinegar, mix it together, and squirt it in your pet’s ears.

Fill them up, massage them real good. Fluffy will shake her head, and run off, and everybody will be happy.

Vinegar is acidic acid, and vinegar helps to kill yeast and some other microorganisms that infest the ear.

Acidic acid oftentimes is in the same ear wash that I use in my practice.

An easy, simple way to do this at home is half water, half apple cider vinegar.

Fill up the ear, squeeze the base, let Fluffy shake her head, and go her way.

Lots of time when she shakes her head, she’ll get that wax and that junk out of there, and they will self-clean.”

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