It’s a smile. A nervous one, but still a smile. People need to learn dog body language. He’s not got his fur up on his back, he’s not showing any signs of aggression at all. He’s a sweetheart, who doesn’t like his medicine, is all…who likes ear medicine, anyway? Dianne. You are absolutely right.. Rub the ears works 2 ways.. Moves the Caninetrovert an individual who prefers to be surrounded by dogs all the time and people not so much shirt and a thank you for being a patient pup.. Still should have a treat nearby they can see. Glad to see your giving your beautiful dog medication for it,s ears. The only thing I was wondering is when I had to do this with my dog I was to put it in then rub around the area to make sure it gets down there good. I even do that with my own ears if putting drops in. But I am not a vet. I am just saying what my vet told me to do when I had to give my dog ear medication. had to give injection to my dog, his cancer came back n his back legs failed him, in the end i had to have him put to sleep, it broke my heart to do this, i miss him so much, his ashes r here with me but not the same.
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