If your dog or cat is frequently scratching its ears it may have ear mites and you should see your vet to obtain treatment for this. Some dogs, especially those with dropped ears where the air flow is restricted, do sometimes suffer from smelly ears. Regular cleaning is needed, wiping the outer ear with a cleansing liquid. This will cleanse them very effectively and remove any dust or dirt. The homoeopathic remedy Hepar Sulph 30c is known to be useful for smelly ears.
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