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Should I clean my pet's ears?

It is worth checking your pet's ears regularly for signs of problems. Check that they are clean and not smelly. Healthy ears more or less look after themselves, but sometimes individual pets are prone to ear problems, in which case cleaning may help. Clean your pet's ears with a proper animal ear cleaner, either once a week or at the interval recommended by your own vet.

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