As with humans, dogs ears need to be cleaned once a week. Some breeds are prone to ear infections and those breeds need the ear cleaning more frequently. Groomers and vets are the first people we think of when we need to have our furry family member’s ears cleaned. Why not do it yourself? Just like with us humans, you do not want to poke a q-tip deep into your dogs ears because you could damage their ear drum. If you see that your dogs ears are red, have a discharge, he is constantly shaking his head or rubbing his head on the floor, he may have an ear infection. It is important to get him to the vet as quickly as possible to avoid further complications.

This Video will show you how to clean your dogs ears properly