Does you dog shake his head much too often? Does he on occasions scratch his ears, or tilt his and exhale a strange smell from his ear? Ten, he has a frequent and unpleasant canine disease: Otitis, a chronic inflammation of the outer ear, caused by an anatomic peculiarity: a dog's ear conduct is very curved, which means that all the accumulated dirt and wax will be hard to take out, or simply won't come out.Otitis appears when there are a lot of bacteria, fungus, or even mites in that area: If so, you must visit the veterinarian, who will inspect the ear and will clean it, keeping a rigorous control over it.Cleaning it is a great help, but it alone will not get rid of the disease. Many companies manufacture ear cleaning products which contain alcohol, disinfectants, and lubricating and aromatic substances. Generously pour or inject these products into the ear until it is full and give it an exterior massage. This way, you dissolve the filth. After the massage, release the dog, who will shake his head violently. Be careful, because the liquid will go flying out everywhere, and it might ruin you
Important: If your dog is often around cats, tell that to your veterinarian; he will then pay particular attention to the possibility of mites in the dog's ear.