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Ear Problems

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Tetsuya

I'm a snuggly- boy!
 
 
Barked: Wed Jul 23, '08 8:36am PST 
Hope the ear drops help. hug
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Yuuki

Humans are so- hard to train
 
 
Barked: Wed Jul 23, '08 8:59am PST 
You might want to take him outside to put the ear drops in. Otherwise, they will probably be slung all over the house. Hope they help you feel better Luther.
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Henry

Are you gonna- eat that?
 
 
Barked: Wed Jul 23, '08 9:40am PST 
Poor little bug! Hope your ears are all better soon, Luther!
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Jiro - CGC

Hello I am Jiro- & I am Happy to- be here!
 
 
Barked: Wed Jul 23, '08 10:49am PST 
Aw I'm sorry to hear you've got such bad dry skin. Hope the drops help.
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Member Since
03/01/2014
 
 
Barked: Sat Mar 1, '14 5:14pm PST 
For over 45 years (that I know of) this is the go-to ointment for dog's ears - even when it's nothing more than a bit of yeast or inflammation.

If you dog's ears have a slight dis-oder but no puss or redness - it can still be yeast.

Don't argue with the vet - just tell them to give you a prescription for Panolog because old time vets used it all the time (because it works) Use it for a few days til things clear up & save the rest for next time.

Waiting on the vet to get their act together & decide to treat an animal correctly can cost you hundreds more when the dog shakes their head so hard a blood vessel breaks & the vet now wants $700 for surgery.
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