As a pet owner, you may occasionally need to apply ear and eye medication to your furry friend. For many pet owners, applying these types of medications is a nerve-wracking experience. After all, the eyes and ears are sensitive areas of the pet’s body and you can’t help but worry about accidentally hurting your pet. With these simple steps, however, you should feel far more comfortable with applying medication to your pet and will be better capable of providing it with the care it needs.
Applying Ear Medication
When applying ear medication to your pet, try to follow these steps:
Applying Eye Medication
Applying eye medication can also be a fairly simple procedure if you follow the right steps. Simply follow these steps:
Applying medication to your pet’s ears and eyes can be a bit frightening. While it may take a bit of practice to get the technique down, it is actually simpler than you might think!
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