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Does Your Dog Have an Ear Condition?

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Take this quiz and find out! Of course, visit your veterinarian as soon as possible if you have any concerns.

Your dog’s ear type is most like:

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Have you noticed your dog:

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How often do your dog’s ears get wet?

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Why are your dog’s ears typically wet?

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Select anything you think might’ve happened to your dog’s ears as of late:

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Physically, I’ve noticed:

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Does Your Dog Have an Ear Condition?
You should likely get your dog’s ear(s) checked out by a veterinarian

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You should likely get your dog’s ear or ears checked out by a veterinarian. The sooner, the better! The American Kennel Club also suggests to NOT performing any at-home remedies! We hope your dog feels better soon!
Maybe get your dog checked out by a veterinarian

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It’s best to err on the side of caution, and get your dog’s ear(s) checked out by a veterinarian specialist! The American Kennel Club also suggests to NOT performing any at-home remedies! We hope your dog feels better soon!

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