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Cleaning ears after swimming

Discussion in 'Health & Nutritional Care' started by MMSmith, Jun 19, 2014.

  1. MMSmith

    MMSmith Good Dog

    Should I be doing something different to help Rhys's ears shed water and bacteria after swimming? His ears are cropped, so he does seem to get a lot of water splashed in his ears.

    My usual ear cleaner is ACV mixed with hydrogen peroxide. I've also used the Mal-acetic wipes in the past. Tonight I put put a couple of drops of straight rubbing alcohol in his ears to hopefully evaporate any moisture and kill any bacteria.

    Any recommendations for those of you who swim your dogs?
  2. LilianaLove

    LilianaLove GRCH Dog

  3. MMSmith

    MMSmith Good Dog

    Thanks, LL!

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