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dog with brown bloody spots in ears - 10/06/2005
Re: dog with brown bloody spots in earsMy German Shepard has been scratching her ears so bad she makes them bleed (scratch marks inside ear) SO I have been checking her ears and ther is brownish redish (looks Like dirt)inside her ear,I have been cleaning them out with a cotton ball and qtips,She enjoys me rubbing hard and massaging behind her ears now,I was told by a friend it could be ear mites and if she dont go to the vet she will get them in her brain and die Is this true PLEASE HELP(dont really have the extra cash to go to vet right now but if it is a matter of life or death Ill get a loan.PLEAE let me know!!

Replied - 11/18/2005
You have to take care of mites (mostly because they can damage their hearing). But there are good over the counter remedies. My vet suggested mineral oil and if your careful a little peroxide (not too often it can dry their ears outand create their own problems). I squirt a little mineral oil in and let my GSD shake it around and then use a cotton swab (NO q'tips)to keep cleaning his ears out. If you keep at it, it might help. Also some vets sell the stuff you put in (without paying for a visit- mine does) Some pet stores may sell it as well.

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