Otitis is an ear inflammation. The cause of otitis in dogs can be numerous and disparate.
They are usually allergic forms and sure enough, the external ear canal's skin is equivalent to the rest of the dog's skin, so if this skin becomes swollen, then the ear canal's skin becomes swollen as well.
Some predisposing factors that contribute to otitis development in dogs are allergic problems, nutritional or environmental problems, floppy ears, cocker spaniel types that often go into the water (water in the ears is detrimental, it manages to develop into a purulent form of otitis within the time period of a few days).
Some dog races are inseparable from otitis, for example, poodles, labradors, west highland white terriers, cavalier kings, and charles spagnel.




Attention: This illness is treated in the outpatient and the exclusive professional domain of a medical veterinarian.

In general anesthesia, a pocket is incised in the ear's internal auricle, the hematoma is drained and the appropriate sponges are applied via mattress sutures.

Afterwards, protective bandaging is applied to the ear, adhering the convex surface of the ear auricle on the head. 

CLEAN with water and neutral soap (Marseille). Next, it is recommended that Hypermixvet® cream gel be APPLIED in the morning and evening. 

Based on the outcome of the ear pad, with caution, antibiotic and pain-relieving therapy will be prescribed by systematic means in addition to local otitis therapy.

Post-operation checks will be performed in intervals of three-to-five days with bandaging changes and Hypermixvet® cream gel application on the auricle's concave surface.

Wound healing usually finishes in 15 days from surgery and the suture stitches and bandages may be removed.