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Dog Ear Hair

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Dog Ear Plucking and Cleaning

Some breeds of dogs grow hair in their ears that needs to be removed for hygiene reasons. This is not a job for a novice without an experienced person assisting them - ears are delicate and we don't want to cause injury or infection - but anyone that owns one of these breeds should know it's necessary and what's involved.

Dog Grooming Basics 101 for Pet Groomers

Many pet owners do not realize that dogs can grow hair in the ear canal, even large amounts common to some Poodles and Terriers, as well as other breeds. For this reason, many owners never check their dog ears unless the dog is shaking or scratching its ear(s).

The Right Way to Clean Your Dog's Ears

Photo © Sharon Montrose/Getty Images Ear cleaning is an essential part of your dog's basic grooming routine. All dogs should have their ears cleaned from time to time, but some dogs need more frequent and thorough cleaning than others. Here's what you need to know about cleaning your dog's ears.

Easy Ways to Remove Hair From a Dog's Ear

Removing hair from inside your dog's ear is as easy as it is for most ladies to tweeze their eyebrows. It does not harm your dog and usually will not even hurt him. Removing ear hair is an important part of grooming and keeping the ears in a clean, healthy state for certain breeds.

Dog Hair Loss: Diseases That Cause Hair Loss in Dogs

WebMD discusses common diseases and other causes of hair loss in dogs.

dogs ear is dry and hair loss - Homesteading Today

my dogs ear is dry outside and there is no hair on it anymore. ive been trying different things to moisturize it but the hair is still gone. he really