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Part 2 Cleaning Your Dog's Ears. Mix a few tablespoons of vinegar and the same amount of rubbing alcohol together in a clean bowl. Make sure it is at room temperature prior to using, as no one, dogs included, likes cold fluid on their ears. This mixture is safe to use on the visible inner part of your dog's ears.How can I Clean my Dog's Ears?
Use a mild soap and water or rubbing alcohol to clean the visible parts of your dog’s ears, being careful not to go deep into the ear canal. Some dog owners use a homemade ear cleaner made by mixing equal parts of white vinegar and rubbing alcohol in a squirt bottle.Are you supposed to clean dogs ears?
For some dogs, you will need to clean the ears monthly. For other dogs, you’ll need to clean the ears every other week or even weekly. If your dog has an ear infection, your vet might instruct you to clean the ears daily or every other day while treating the infection with medication.How do you make homemade dog ear wash?
Use a homemade dog ear cleaner made from vinegar and boric acid to clean the dog’s ears and help maintain a healthy pH. Pour ¼ cup water and ¼ cup vinegar (either white vinegar or apple cider vinegar) into a container.