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#1 unicorn

Posted 01 December 2012 - 10:37 PM

Can you get ear plugs for dogs? Sort of serious question. My big boy loves swimming, he gets so excited when we get to the swimming hole, but he can't stay afloat. He is all muscle and as a result has no buoyancy and the poor boy spends most of his swim shaking his head trying to get the water out of his ears. I dry them after he swims and I have stuff from the vet to keep them clean but does anyone know of a product I can use on him to keep the water out of his ears?




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