Recognising the signs of an ear infection in your pet is crucial for their well-being. Symptoms such as frequent scratching or pawing at the ears, head shaking, redness or swelling of the ear canal, a foul odour, discharge, or a buildup of wax. Your pet may also show signs of discomfort when their ears are touched.
If you notice any of these indicators, it's important to seek veterinary care promptly. Ear infections can be painful and, if left untreated, may lead to more severe complications.
- Our veterinarians have extensive experience in diagnosing and treating ear infections associated with atopy, skin allergies, and sore ears. They stay updated with the latest advancements in veterinary dermatology, ensuring the most effective and compassionate care for your pet.
- We utilise advanced diagnostic techniques, including video-otoscopy and cytology, to accurately assess the condition of your pet's ears.
- Our veterinarians identify the underlying causes of the ear infections, such as allergies, infections, or anatomical abnormalities, allowing for targeted treatment.