Natural Treatments For Canine Body Discharges

Sometimes when a is suffering from a disease or illness he can also have a discharge from eyes, ears nose or anus. Often the sick dog is miserable and suffers all the more due to of a discharge that they can not reach to clean and that can build up and serve as a source of further irritation to underlying tissues.

You can provide great relief to your pet by following these simple cleaning techniques:

Nose: Carefully remove any discharge using a damp piece of or cloth. This can take in order to soften any matter that may have dried on to the nose. This can be a stressful situation for any dog as the nose is a very , so it is better to work in several instead of trying to do it all at once. After the nose has been cleaned and patted dry, apply almond oil to the area. The almond oil may be used alone or mixed with . Repeat this process a day.

Ears: For waxy or oily ear , use a dropper or a to drop about

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