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Q. Could not cleaning a dogs ears give him bad odor ?

A. Yes. It could mean that they possibly have some type of infection or way too much build up. I would recommend taking him to your veterinarian in order to double check for an infection or not and get some cleaner if need be.

Answered By
LEVI FENNELL



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