- Dec 20, 2020
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I have a bearded dragon, a dog, 2 cats, 2 desert tortoises, some insects, and a 55g tank with 5 Congo tetras, and a Delhezi Bichit (the last picture)
I used to have to clean moss's ears regularly when he was older and as soon as i reached for the cupboard he would run away and go to his dad.I discovered that I just had to reach for the bottle, and say "time for your drops" I turn around, dog already laying on the floor with the correct ear up for the drops. I 'd give him the drops, massage the ear, tell him good boy. and up he'd be. all happy.
I remember cleaning my boys ears. I would take a bunch of toilet paper bunch it up softly in a ball shape and put it in the ear , rotating it about letting the soft tissue form along the ear. they sat still and let me do it all. I did get dirt on the tissue.
it should be healed in 5 weeks, give it a smell, see if it smells ok. if it smells like rotten eggs that's not good. I just wonder why he's still licking at it.
It's been 5 weeks and it's healed it smells ok,but no sign of any nail,he only licks it when he hasn't got the sock on.it should be healed in 5 weeks, give it a smell, see if it smell ok. if it smells like rotten eggs that's not good. I just wonder why he's still licking at it.
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