The best ear infection treatment for a dog is to take him or her to the veterinarian. The veterinarian is able to run tests to determine what type of ear infection the dog has and can then recommend an appropriate treatm... More »

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Ear infections in dogs are treated with antibiotics, anti-fungal and steroid medications, according to the ASPCA. When a dog shows symptoms such as discharge, head shaking, loss of hearing or balance, redness, swelling, ... More »

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Home remedies do not cure ear infections, explains WebMD. Appropriate treatment includes professional ear cleaning followed by topical or oral medication prescribed by a veterinarian. A veterinarian also has the ability ... More »

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An owners should take his dog to a veterinarian for ear infection treatment, though he can clean external parts at home with veterinarian-approved cleaners, notes WebMD. An owner may also treat less serious yeast infecti... More »

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The best treatment for an ear infection depends on whether the infection is caused by a virus or bacterial organism. Antibiotics do not kill viruses, so they are only used to treat infections caused by bacteria. The only... More »

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According to Modern Dog magazine, a good home remedy for a dog's ear infection consists of applying a mixture of water and vinegar in the ear. Apple cider vinegar also works for this remedy. Vinegar has antiseptic and an... More »

Treating any open fracture wounds with a sterile dressing and splinting the leg are two ways to start treating a dog's broken leg so that it starts healing properly, even before the dog sees the veterinarian for treatmen... More »