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Dog Friendly Tips: Cleaning Your Dog's Ears


It's a good idea to check your dog's ears. Flop-eared dogs can be prone to ear infections so you'll want to check your long-eared dog often.

A simple ear cleaning solution can be made with one part white vinegar to one part water. Dip a cotton ball or swab in the mixture and wipe out your dog's ears. Use a separate swab for each ear to avoid cross contamination should she have an ear infection.

Sheeba seems prone to ear infections in one ear and has had this three times. The inside of the ear becomes sore and raw and filled with a huge amount of black dirty stuff that takes a long time to clear out with cotton buds. This has to be treated with Surolan.

Surolan is a good product the vet recommended for Sheeba's ear infections. It treats bacterial, fungal and ear mite infections and I get it on prescription from the vets. I keep some spare as she has now had 3 ear infections in the last four years, so it is handy to have some spare for when it is needed.


Dog Friendly Article:
Smaller Australian Shepherds As Great Pets for Your Family


Australian Shepherds were generally used for herding. With their strong personalities and dominant nature, they are effective in handling and controlling livestock. Since they are used to control larger animals, they are perfect as guardians for your home. With the miniature Australian Shepherds, you can expect no less since they possess all the good features and characteristics from the standard version. With proper training and nurture, you can turn these extremely amazing dogs into drug detectors, sheep driving dogs, guide dogs, hearing dogs, search dogs, watch dogs, therapy dogs, show dogs, rescue dogs, and many more.

Finding miniature Australian Shepherds becomes an easy task if you know how to use every resource available. You can start your search without leaving the comfort of your home. Using the power of the Internet, you can have a better knowledge on what a quality mini Aussie should look like. Browsing through online websites for reputable pet shops and pure breeders is advisable as a part of the initial steps. But when it comes to the final decision making, it is logical that you should visit the actual pet shop or store to check for more specific details. It is more likely that a well established breeder also has a good online presence. Through a website representing what a pet shop or pure breeder has to offer, you can decide partially and compare the options with other providers. There may even be chances where you can encounter private owners who offer cheaper mini Aussies.

Regardless of the provider, what's important is that you are fully prepared and knowledgeable before making any important decision. Also, make sure that you're choosing a reliable breeder to avoid wasted efforts, time, and money. Being prepared means that you can accommodate the needs of your future dog. You must also be able to allot some time for training and physical activities to achieve the dog's best form. Finally, you must be ready financially. Your obligation doesn't end the moment you purchase a mini Aussie. In fact, it is only the start of continuous maintenance, check up, feeding, and grooming to make a mini Aussie look and feel great. This shouldn't be a problem if you're purchasing the dog for the right reasons. If you think you're ready, then you can now start your search for miniature Australian Shepherds for sale.

If you're thinking of getting a new dog for your home, then you have to know all about the Australian Shepherd, better known as the Aussie. This type of breed is considered one of the best for being intelligent, obedient, and hardworking. With its popularity, you will never run out of options when looking for miniature Australian Shepherds. Mini Aussies are simply the smaller versions of the original. But don't get the wrong impression that they are less than the standard ones since they have been developed through selective breeding. This means that cross breeding is not involved to produce smaller versions of the popular Aussie.

Jeff Seale is the owner of Australian Shepherds Lovers
http://www.australian-shepherds-lovers.com

Learn Priceless Information about Australian Shepherds and Train them effectively.

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