Why do dogs shake their ears?

Answer Dogs shake their ears for numerous reasons. Occasional ear shaking is normal, particularly after dogs scratch their ears or get wet. When dogs get wet, they shake their entire bodies to dry off and... Read More »

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Are Pig Ears Safe for Dogs?

On One Hand: Pig Ears Are an All-Natural TreatPrepared correctly, pig ears are a fairly healthy treat for dogs. Most are all natural and do not contain preservatives or artificial flavors. Pig ears... Read More »

Why Do Dogs Lick Ears?

Even though they cannot speak (except in Disney movies) dogs do have a variety of ways to communicate to both their owners and other dogs besides simply barking. One of these methods is to use thei... Read More »

Are Pig's Ears Good for dogs?

On One Hand: Dogs Love Pig's EarsPet owners love to make their dogs happy, and one way they do this is to give them pig's ears as a yummy treat. Dogs love the taste of these treats and get to satis... Read More »

Why do dogs flap their ears?

Ear problems are one of the most common reasons dogs are seen by veterinarians. Flapping the ears, or shaking the head, is the dog's attempt to relieve itching or discomfort in the ears. The dog ma... Read More »