Awwww, Thank you so much Jackie, Brandy and Denise. I gave Angus a BIG hug and a kiss from all of you
He was so good with me putting his medicine in his ears today. I couldn't believe how good he was tonight with his cleaning too. He was much better than he was last night at the vet, when the doctor did it. He laid there so nice and let me clean his ears his ears, while my husband layed next to him. It was amazing. Then we gave him, Bowser, Strawberry & Bandit all treats to celebrate LOL...
Later, I have to put the drops in after the solution drys.
To answer your question Denise, there wasn't a discharge. It was just normal wax to me, when I was cleaning his ears. I would go into his ear as far as I could. I noticed Angus scratching his right ear and shaking his head a lot. Then when the doctor stuck a long wooden q-tip down his ear...... well...
I never went down that far afraid of puncturing something. The vet told me how far I could go in the ear without damaging the ear canal. Then she showed me how I can clean them with this solution, by using gauze pads or a tissue (I prefer the gauze pads). When she did it, boy, another
Both ears looked really good tonight when I did them though. I went down as far as she did on her index finger with the gauze pad (after I squirted the solution in each ear and then using the gauze pad to wipe the ear out). It really works well. The cleanser for the ears is "Epi-Otic" (1x per day each ear) and the drops "Otomax" (2x per day 6 drops each ear). Thank you all for the well wishes for Angus
Thank you all so much for the compliments on the photos, too. Denise, yes, Angus is an English Mastiff...hehehehe He'll be close to 186lbs when he is fully grown....that's what his dad weighed. His mom weighed 126 lbs. I'm gonna have a big boy on my hands