Ear Infections


An Overview of Ear Infections at the 

Greenfield Veterinary Clinic

Like people, pets can have acute care needs as well. At the Greenfield Veterinary Clinic, one of the most common acute care issues that we see in our patients is ear infections. While most people suffered an ear infection as a child, ear infections in pets are a very different issue. It is important for everyone to know about the common signs of an ear infection in their pets. The earlier we can diagnose ear infections, the earlier we can provide the pets in Greenfield with access to the treatments they need.


The Common Signs of a Pet Ear Infection

If a pet has developed an ear infection, there are a few common signs that pet owners need to watch for. These include:

  • Pets with an ear infection tend not to come when they are called because they cannot hear
  • Pet owners may also notice that one of the pet's two ears may appear different due to the liquid building up inside the ear
  • Pet owners might also notice that there is liquid draining from the ear itself
  • When people pet their dog or cat, they might back away due to pain when contact is made with the ear

These are a few of the most common signs that a pet has developed an ear infection. These need to be treated as quickly as possible.

Effective Treatment Options from a Veterinarian

If a vet at the Greenfield Veterinary Clinic has diagnosed an ear infection, the next step is to treat it. In many cases, ear infections can be cleared up with some drops that are placed directly into the ear canal. This will target the infection directly and lead to a quick recovery. In some cases, more serious treatment might be needed. This may take the form of an oral antibiotic or an injection. This is handled with the pet owner on a case by case basis. Trust the Greenfield Veterinary Clinic to take care of your pet.

Come and Visit the Greenfield Veterinary Clinic Today

If ear infections aren't diagnosed quickly, they might spread to other parts of the body or damage a pet's ability to hear. At the Greenfield Veterinary Clinic, we place the needs of our patients first. We will do everything we can to diagnose and treat acute conditions quickly, including ear infections. We know that our pet owners look at their furry friends as members of their families. That is why we stay on top of the latest research and information in our field. To learn more about our services and how we can help your pet, please call the Greenfield Veterinary Clinic today to make an appointment.


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