Dog Health Treatment & Advice : How to Treat a Dog’s Ear Hematoma

I just found this pet related video on YouTube … and thought you might enjoy it!

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Treating a dog’s ear hematoma, which is caused from excessive head shaking, involves visiting a veterinarian to consider surgical corrections. Have a doctor examine a dog with an ear hematoma, which can be treated with a device that clips onto the ear, withhealth information from a veterinarian in this free video on pet care. Expert: Dr. Aimee Beger Bio: Dr. Aimee Beger works for McClintock Animal Care Center in Tempe, Ariz. Filmmaker: Ryan Quinn

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9 Responses

  1. jeiami
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    is it possible that the ear hematoma will be gone without treating them?
    and does it become more serious if not treated immediately?

  2. sabraham73
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    My dog’s hematoma healed without surgery. We had it aspirated (drained with a needle) and injected with a steroid.

  3. 88BONZ
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    I just drained my boxers hematoma and it returned in 2 days.I nee advice on numbing the ear.

  4. TheExtant
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    My dog just had a hematuma surgery today. It costed less that $200, and thats a good deal.

  5. maxinpains
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    just look at that dog’s face… so scared…

  6. megatrongal
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    I have a dog who might have a hematoma on her stomache near her teat. Are hematomas on on ears with dogs?

  7. lenko79
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    hey you suck lady………thanks for nothing

  8. macroorchidism
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  9. leelyndaa
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    Dog gets Ear hematoma by not cleaning regulary your dog ears. You should clean your dogs ear like every 2 weeks. Clean it with the brand Virbac Epi-Otic Advanced ear cleanser for dogs and cats. Or a wet cloth with soap and water then clean it with a Q-tip the hard to reach places.

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