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12 March 2005 @ 03:36 pm

Well, Melvin has an ear infection...AGAIN he has had one EVERY year.  Is this common???  He ususally gets one about this time every year.  The Doc hasnt really said too much about it, just prescribes the usual cream.  What am I going to do with this BOY????

I am feeling: boredbored
I am listening to: Pat Benetar~Dont it Show
Sheri: puppy bellbooksaremyhabit on March 13th, 2005 07:55 am (UTC)
my tinkerbell used to get a lot of ear infections
esp after camping and her ears getting a little wet then dusty.
She's had to have two ear surgeries! now her one ear doesn't stand up anymore.
She had an ear infection and I was on a business trip, when I returned her ear was all puffed out with fluid, had to be lanced and stuff.
now that we don't really camp anymore she has not had an infection for quite a while. Or she grew out of them, she's 7 now.
hope your baby feels better soon
nicoliomytoenicoliomytoe on March 13th, 2005 08:41 am (UTC)
Awwe Poor Tink and her lippy ear....yeah Melvin is 4 so hopefully he'll just grow out of them. But he LOVES being outside in the grass and dirt. I just cant deny my Baby being outside so I guess it'll be yearly ear infections. He seems more him self after the cream and the anti-biotics back to his jumpy self. Thank you!!!
Sheribooksaremyhabit on March 13th, 2005 08:45 am (UTC)
the vet can give you an ear cleaner, you sqirt it in their ears then wipe out gently with a cotton ball. Tink hates it though...lol
I don't really use it anymore, but if your dogs ears are getting dirt and stuff in them, then this would help for sure.
nicoliomytoenicoliomytoe on March 13th, 2005 09:29 am (UTC)
Thank you for the advice I'll ask the doc. when I go back for the follow up. Thank you again!!!
Sheribooksaremyhabit on March 13th, 2005 09:45 am (UTC)
you are very welcome
I wish I had a bottle so I could tell you the name, I think it's something that starts with an O lol