Sunday, May 3, 2015

If you’re a dog owner, you know how hard it can be to give your dog a bath. But using one household product, cleaning your pet just got a whole lot easier.

You can use vinegar to clean your dog’s ears. This will also eliminate the chances of your pet getting an ear infection.

“The vinegar can clear the wax produced in the dog’s ears and eliminate possible bacteria or mites that could reside and thrive in this moist environment,” one veterinary wrote on his website. “Vinegar can be employed as a regular ear cleaner and applied on a weekly basis when performing the grooming of the dog, but may also be used when the dog has various ear infections. The acetic acid can restore the normal pH in the ears if there are bacterial or fungal infections.”

Be sure to mix the vinegar with some water before you get started.

SHARE this fantastic trick with your friends and family who own dogs — they’ll appreciate it too!

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