Have you ever ended up with water in your ears after swimming or taking a shower? The buildup of water can certainly feel uncomfortable. But as humans, we only need to tilt our heads and wait until all the water comes out.
But did you know that our dogs can also get water in their ears? However, our dogs are different, they can’t remove the water on their own, and being unable to remove the water can lead to ear infections. Your dog may end up with water in their ears because of other activities such as playing and bathing. Because your pet dog’s ear are different from yours, it can be quite difficult to get rid of the water, depending on your dog’s breed.
The trapped water inside their ears causes the piling up if dirt, which will later on cause various bacterial infections. This can be a problem, especially if your pet dog needs to take baths regularly and frequently. As an owner, part of keeping your dog healthy is by making sure that they don’t get ear infections. But how do you remove water from your dog’s ears to make sure that they don’t end up getting ear infections? Here are some tips on how you can do this: