What home remedy can i use to clean my dog's ears?

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Fearing the alcohol to be too harsh or drying for their dogs' ears, some owners prefer to omit it.

To make a vinegar and water solution, mix 1/3 cup of apple cider vinegar to 2/3 cup of lukewarm water.

Wipe the visible part of the inside of your dog's ear with the solution, using a cotton ball or soft cloth.


There are things you can do to get rid of it or minimize its presence, many of which you can do at home: Brush your dog's teeth on a daily or weekly basis.

Give your dog dental treats and toys to chew on.

Get the real deal—real, raw bones help scrape off soft plaque deposits on dog teeth.


Dogs with light-colored fur are more prone to tear staining and, of course, the dark streaks are more noticeable on them.

  1. Consider a Change in Diet.
  2. Provide Clean Water.
  3. Maintain Eye and Face Hygiene.
  4. Trim the Hair.
  5. Cornstarch.
  6. White Vinegar.
  7. Hydrogen Peroxide.
  8. Chamomile.

Three of the most popular and effective natural remedies for treating ringworm are anti-fungal pet shampoo, apple cider vinegar, and tea tree oil.

No preparatory steps are required, except an initial visit to the vet to have the ringworm diagnosed.

An anti-fungal pet shampoo will help fight and eliminate the infection.


Garlic Garlic is one of the best home remedies for treating tapeworms in dogs.

The sulfur compounds and volatile oils found in garlic help eliminate the tapeworms from the dog's body.

Mix garlic powder into your dog's food for 2 to 3 weeks and you will see a marked improvement in your dog's health.


Mix 20 ml of almond oil with a vitamin E capsule in a bowl.

This home remedy is ideal for dogs that are suffering from tick bites in a concentrated area.

Pour the solution to a dropper bottle, drop a few drops onto a clean cloth and gently massage it into your dog's exterior ear area.


The Finger Plucking Method

  1. Prepare ears. Add a bit of ear powder into each of your dog's ears
  2. Prepare fingers. Add a small bit of powder onto your fingers as well…
  3. Pluck. Gather your dog's ear hair about 4 or 5 hairs at a time…
  4. Repeat…
  5. Stop…
  6. Wipe clean
  7. Treats.

Use Mineral Oil to Get Rid of Ear Mites.

A simple way to get rid of dog ear mites is to use mineral oil to smother and kill the mites.

If your dog has mites, simply use an eyedropper to put 2 to 3 drops of mineral oil in each ear.

Also wipe the inside of each ear flap with a cotton ball soaked with mineral oil.

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