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Ear Hematoma In Dogs (Aural Hematoma) : Home Remedies

By Dr. Andrew Jones

If your dog has a large swelling on his ear then he likely has an aural hematoma. Dr Jones shows you what this is, how it is caused, then 5 inexpensive home remedies to easily treat this unusual health condition.

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Topics: Dog Care, Dog Health | 3 Comments »

3 Responses to “Ear Hematoma In Dogs (Aural Hematoma) : Home Remedies”


  1. mary deutschle Says:
    June 28th, 2017 at 8:12 am

    my yorkie has been having swelling to the inside ear, near the earcannel opening. she digs at it a lot, and cries. my vet prescribed several liquid meds, but nothing has cured it. I have used cortisone ointment. wondered if she should have antibiotics of some kind?? anything I use burns it and caused her to cry and dig her ear more. anyideas? pleas

  2. Nicola Pavelka Says:
    June 28th, 2017 at 3:18 pm

    My 120 pound pit has been allergy tested at a University based Vet school, with 95 % positive for alleging. He has the absolute worst lick granuloma on his right front leg (Seriously, the Vet with 40 yrs under his belt, said it was the worst he has seen) They prescribed massive doses of prednisone, Keflex. It was actually working until he started with overall fur loss and heavy respiration. Everything had to be stopped. I am searching for other options. Whatever that option is, it has to be oral. Ideas please please please

  3. aprileliana Says:
    June 28th, 2017 at 8:00 pm

    Dear Nicola,

    You might want to get your dog tested for food allergies. Dr. Dodds in California has a saliva test that is real easy to do through the mail. Then you will know what it causing it and you can stop feeding the offending food. My dog had the same problem and it cured all his skin problems. Anything you put on it is only temporary relief and probably will not cure it. I would also give him a grain free food until you get back the results. That will help a lot. Grains are not good for dogs and can cause lots of skin issues. To keep it from becoming infected make an ice tea dilution of betadine and water and wash it 2-3 times a day. I wish you and your dog the best.

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