Did you know that dogs can hear almost four times better than people and have a higher hearing frequency than we do? It’s true. They work with at least 18 muscles to capture different sounds, but they also have a longer ear canal, unlike their human parents. Enter ear infections.
An unwelcome guest in any dog, ear infections can run rampant, causing misery and distress in our four-legged furry friends.
While being one of the most common reasons for vet visits, you will be pleased to know that most dog ear infections can be easily treated if caught quickly.
But prevention is always better than a cure.
So, today we discover some common signs of ear infections, how to clean dog ears, and, more importantly, maintain healthy ears in that impawsibly adorable pup of yours.
Are you all ears? Because you’re going to want to hear this.