Question by QT in SoCal: How do you remove residual dog cleaner from outside of dog's ears?
I have a dog with floppy ears, and he's prone to ear infections, so I clean his ears once a week. The cleaner leaves the hair on the outside of the ears really slimy/waxy. How can i remove this? Thanks!
The cleaner i use is actual dog ear cleaner from Petco, BTW 🙂
am already wiping the excess off with damp paper towel, cotton ball…nothing's working.
Answer by mystic
When you clean your dog's ears do you by chance use a cloth to soak up the excess? Anyways, try to remove it with a wet paper towel.
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