My dogs ear is oozing pus and seems to be in pain
Please help it seems my 1year old labrador was stoned by someone at close range on his lower right ear and his ear is oozing pus and seems to be in pain his head is always tilted and does not come out of his house and is not eating and there are no vets here please help :-( :-( :-(
is there anyway you can take him too a vet in another town? may have burst his ear drum..call police if hes just been stoned they may also be able to get help or services too you as this is a milicious act. i think you should find a vet before it becomes a whole lot more serious definately call the police
Thanks dear i'll call the police did not think about that but i've tried to search for a vet but the only one i can get will be available after 2weeks and he's really in pain i feel sad and hurt
no problem. good luck hope it all goes well for you
I would honestly just take your dog in, it's an emergency, and that vet needs to see that dog right away. Don't take no for an answer! Just go in and get the poor guy some help!
Is the pus coming from the flap of the ear or from the canal where he hears?
If it is from the canal, it is a lot more serious. He may be holding his head at an angle from a busted eardrum.
If the pus is coming out of the flap of the ear, (is that what you meant by lower right ear?) you can clean it up with hydrogen peroxide or betadine.
Are you in a very small town? Do you have a store that sells herbal products? You can ask them for a product for pain. Also, if you live in a very small town you can ask around and a lot of times there will be a farmer who is used to treating dogs too. Do you have any neighbors you can ask?
Try to send me an answer here and I will see if it the herbal medicine for pain is something we use here and will reply. If the pus is coming from the ear canal, and not the flap, write back here too.
Clean it the best way you can. You will need antibiotics from a vet. I know you said there is no local vet, but try calling emergency animal hospitals for advice. Sometimes the local human society has a care center that can help.
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