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Things to monitor while you are posting your doberman's ears?
Things to monitor while you are posting your doberman's ears?
Updated over a week ago

Now that you have successfully posted your dog's ears using our kit and instructions, your next job is to monitor the ears while they are posted. It's important to monitor the ears because you want to make sure the ear doesn't get damaged and/or to prevent any infections.


Things to look out for and continously monitor

Symptoms

Cause

Solution

Ear smells yeasty or strong foul smell + discharge

The tape is probably too tight and is causing the ear to loose circulation

Remove ear posts using the adhesive remover in your kit. Clean the ears using baby wipes or cotton balls. Inspect if there is any damage to the ear cartilage. If there is damage, immediately reach out to [email protected] and reach out to your vet.

Ear is swollen / inflamed

The tape is probably too tight and is causing the ear to loose circulation

Remove ear posts using the adhesive remover in your kit. Clean the ears using baby wipes or cotton balls. Inspect if there is any damage to the ear cartilage. If there is damage, immediately reach out to [email protected] and reach out to your vet.

Any blood or discharge coming from the ear/tape area

The tape is probably too tight and is causing the ear to loose circulation

Remove ear posts using the adhesive remover in your kit. Clean the ears using baby wipes or cotton balls. Inspect if there is any damage to the ear cartilage. If there is damage, immediately reach out to [email protected] and reach out to your vet.

Wet ears/tape

Prevent your dogs ear post from getting wet, this will cause the tape to tighten

Remove ear posts and dry ears. Wait until ears are fully dry then repost the ears.


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