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Oh yeah, I forgot to add she’s been wearing a cone since going to the vet.
She said it would be easier for him to digest because dry food is more processed. That just doesn’t make sense to me.
Thanks for you suggestions. I was leaning towards wet food but I was just curious why the vet would tell me and her that dry food would be easier to digest.
She’s got super clean, non smelly ears. They aren’t red or inflamed. Nothing lodged inside ear.
The vet tech was praising both Blue Buffalo and Royal Canin’s feather food.
Vet doesn’t know what’s up. He wasn’t concerned at all. Might be an allergy which I why I asked about using benadryl. I’m really hoping it’s not a food allergy.
So I guess she’s going to get Remicin for her right ear and I also bought Benadryl in case she’s having allergies.
At the vet right now. She’s getting an ear swab. Vet says her ears look completely normal and sometimes people and dogs have earpain and discomfort. Neither of them even addressed the issue of the ear hematoma until I brought it up. Think they were planning on sending me on my merry way totally discounting the fact that her is bothering her.
She’s never had any trouble with her ears. They are upright like German Shepherd ears. I’ve been rotating her food around–all grain free foods. I think she might be sensitive to chicken, therefore I’ve been avoiding those foods. I’m hoping it’ll be as easy as antibiotics and/or ear drops. There’s nothing worse than an itch you can’t reach:(.
She was only doing it a couple times a day. Thank you for your input. I guess I’m going to call around to try to get her into a vet tomorrow.
Thank you patty. I’m going to pass along your suggestions.
Ugh please ignore my typos. I wrote this up on my phone. Ps I I meant to say that I don’t think the raw food caused the itchiness.
I’m going to give her a couple days. If it continues to be a problem, I’m going to take her to the vet D:.