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My Lab having itching problem, help?

My Lab shakes his head a lot and flips his ears.I heard that this may cause the blood vessels in the ear cavity to burst.Try as I might I cant stop this habit.Though I clean his ears weekly he still scratches himself .I use Himalaya herbals tick powder and though he doesnt have any ticks he still itches...Pls advice
By Anita · 31 Dec 2011 1:07 pm


By Navjot Singh · 31 Dec 2011 3:41 pm
Frequent shaking of head and scratching the ears could be the symptom of ear infection. Do his ears smell? You should take him to the vet who will be able to do a diagnoses.
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By Ayon Saha · 01 Jan 2011 11:35 am
Cleaning ears weekly is a good habit...keep it up!!
Lab's inner ear is light pink normally, if there is any infection it turns reddish.

I used Bulfo shampoo and got good results.

Seek fr a vet advise if you feel it too serious.
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By Anil @ DoggiesDude · 04 Jan 2012 11:01 am
Immediately suggest a vet...seems deep infection which cannot be cured by simple treatments
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By pennypup · 08 Jan 2012 7:54 am
Does the powder you're using kill mites too? Dogs generally acquire mites in their ears, not ticks. If you see a buildup of dark brown waxy material in his ear, it is mites and you will need to get an appropriate solution/drop to put in his ears to kill them.

You shouldn't have to clean your dogs ears that often. I clean my dogs ears 3 times a year (natural eared doberman), that is all he requires as his ears stay clean on their own.

If his ears are clean, and he is still shaking his head/itching, he could have a neurological problem and a trip to the vet would be absolutely necessary!
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