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    My dog is itching so much he is damaging his ear!

    Hi everyone,
    We are new frenchie owners and our 5 month old puppy just developed a severe itching problem. He scratches incessantly and now has a huge "cauliflower ear" that is bloody and inflamed. Does anyone have any helpful advice. -img-8801-jpg

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    Re: My dog is itching so much he is damaging his ear!

    Poor baby! Ear issues can be caused by allergies...what food are you currently feeding? Itching anywhere else or just the ears?


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    Re: My dog is itching so much he is damaging his ear!

    Quote Originally Posted by bullymama View Post
    Hi everyone,
    We are new frenchie owners and our 5 month old puppy just developed a severe itching problem. He scratches incessantly and now has a huge "cauliflower ear" that is bloody and inflamed. Does anyone have any helpful advice. -img-8801-jpg
    so adorable! Agree with Citty, could be allergies

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    Re: My dog is itching so much he is damaging his ear!

    You might want to paint that with betadine or put on triple antibiotic ointment or Nu-Stock ointment until it heals.

    You may want to switch to frozen raw dog food, to a protein such as cuk.

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