How to pluck your dog's ears
**Please note that since this video was filmed, the Pet Industry Federation now advise to only clean the external area of the ear, and not to enter the ear cavity for plucking as there might be an underlying problem that requires further attention from a veterinary surgeon.**
To find out more, visit www.petcare.org.uk
It may seem an odd thing to do to pluck hair from a dog's ears, but the hair that grows from the ear canal itself can trap wax and dirt that can lead to ear infections.
Not all dogs need their ears plucking, but if they do, Dog Groomer Trevor Pearman shows how to do it in a way that is safe and comfortable for the dog.
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