how to clean dogs ears
There is no smell in the ears and the dog does not scratch them
but he keeps shaking his head or tiltingit to one side
You may actually want to try to pick up some ear wipes at your local pet store. It makes it really easy to clean the ears without your dog freaking out. If that doesn't solve the problem, you may need to have him or her checked for an ear infection.
when the dog keeps shaking it's head and tilting it to one side, these are signs of ear problems, either from being infested with dog ear mites of common ear yeast or bacterial infection in dogs ears. A natural dog ear treatment will help, natural antibiotic and pain reliever is in Dr Dogs Ear Oil, inexpensive to use and available without prescription from Amazon or http://www.drdogs247.com
Dirty ears can be cleaned with ear cleaners, this doesn't sound like dirty ears, infected ears or ear mites need proper treatment, not ear cleaners.
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