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 »

Although it depends on the cause, there are holistic treatments for many canine ear infections. Since many ear infections are caused by food or environmental allergies, treating the underlying cause can eliminate the pro... More »

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 »

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