Your four-legged friend is more than just a pet; they're part of the family. As such, maintaining their health is a top priority. One often overlooked but essential aspect of canine health is dog ear care. While it may seem a minor part of their overall well-being, maintaining your dog's ear hygiene plays a significant role in preventing potential health issues, particularly ear infections.
Dental care for your dog is equally important as it is to human species. Regular brushing will help prevent the buildup of calculus and debris on your dog's teeth but before that you need to make your dog used to it by having his mouth touched, making sure to touch the lips, open the mouth, and touch the teeth in a calm and relaxing way for about five minutes each day until your pup is used to being handled in this way so that he does not create any problems in performing any kind of preventive dental care in future.
With respect to anatomy dog’s ear are different from human ears. Unlike human ear, dog’s ears have extra turn and length that makes the visibility and medication rather difficult, making your dog susceptible to infections which is one of the most common problems.