By: Dr. Patrick Hafner, DVM
Ear problems in dogs are very common in our veterinary patients. Ear problems are less of an issue in cats. Canine ear problems are generally associated with 1) Parasites 2) Foreign bodies 3) Autoimmune diseases 4) Hormonal diseases 5) Allergies.
Ear diseases usually, present to us with red and inflamed ears with a waxy and smelly discharge. Dogs will rub their ears or shake their heads indicating some degree of discomfort. Ear mites are a cause of ear infections and are more common in feline patients than their canine counterparts. These […]