As a pet parent, you will do anything to keep your furry friend safe and healthy. Along with dental care, ear care is just as important. If you have ever looked into your dog’s ears you have probably seen the twisty, curvy path down their ear canal. The twists and turns are perfect for parasites and bacteria to hide out and cause ear infections or irritations. Floppy ears are more prone to get ear infections because of the enclosed ear area. Miracle Care™ has a step by step cure for proper ear cleaning that reduces wax build up and odor.
- Scratching or rubbing ear
- Shaking head
- Odd odor
- Discharge of a color or swelling
What Not To Do
- Do not use a Q-Tip swab since it can push debris further in the ear damaging the eardrum
- Do not use rubbing alcohol, hydrogen peroxide, or any other strong solutions because it can irritate the tender infected area even more
- When cleaning ears, do not go too far into the ear which can cause addition irritation
- Refrain from putting utensils in the ear canal
How To Use Miracle Care™ Ear Care
- Start with Step 1, Miracle Care™ Ear Powder, and puff into your dog’s ear. Then take a wipe or cotton ball and wipe the powder out of the ear. The powder collects the dirt and bacteria already in the ear.
- Then use Step 2, Miracle Care™ Ear Cleaner, by adding a few drops into the ear and placing a cotton ball at entry of ear. Rub the base of the ear and then let your dog shake his head. Gently wipe ear with cotton ball. This naturally deep cleans your dog’s ear.
- The 3rd Step, Miracle Care™ Ear Drying Crème, needs to be added to the ear with a wipe or cotton ball and let dry to a powder. This is also good for large ears after swimming or bathing. This dries the ear and helps prevent future bacteria build up.
Frequent baths or swimming can make your dog more vulnerable to ear infections. Even if your dog does not swim, the twisty curves of his ear can host an ear infection. Cleaning your dog’s ears regularly with Miracle Care™ ear products will help with wax build up and even ear mites. To learn more about ear mites click here.