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What is an aural haematoma and how is it treated in dogs?
Common Conditions
What is an aural haematoma and how is it treated in dogs?
Aural haematomas are pretty common in dogs, and we sometimes see them in cats too. If a client rings for an appointment for their pet’s swollen ear, it's probably an aural haematoma.  …
June 15, 2021 • 19 shares
Cats
Kittens with passengers: ear mites
When a litter of rescued kittens were brought to see me recently, a careful examination of their ears was an important part of the check-up. I introduced the tip ofthe auroscope into each kitten’s ear, and by looking thr…
August 3, 2015 • 3 shares
Dogs
Is your dog a stinker? - why your dog might be smelly!
All dogs smell, anyone who owns one knows that but there is a difference between ‘Eau de wet dog’ and a proper SMELL. Sometimes these can creep up on us unawares and it’s only after some time away from your pet or when v…
November 11, 2013
Ask a vet online - 'My dog keeps shaking his head and scratching his ears'
Dogs
Ask a vet online - 'My dog keeps shaking his head and scratching his ears'
Question from Amanda Shaw My dog keeps shakeing his head scrathing his ears they feel a little bit swollen but they are cleaned often so no mites he is lively and not of his food im at a loss. Answer from Shanika Winters…
June 4, 2013 • 301 shares • 237 comments
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