Black Gunk In Dog Ear:  What Causes It And How To Solve It

When dirt gets stuck in a dog’s ears, it usually resembles coffee grounds.

1. Dirt

An overgrowth of yeast in the ear can be caused by an overgrowth of yeast in your dog’s body.

2. Yeast Infection

Ear mites are microscopic parasites that resemble small spiders and ticks, and they infest the external ear canal of dogs.

3. Ear Mites

Prepare cotton balls, ear drops, and an ear cleaning solution.

1. Prepare Everything You Need

After you put in the ear cleaner, you will need to massage the ear for about 40 seconds.

2. Massage Your Dog's Ears

This way, they are letting the solution exit their ear and making the ear wax detach easier.

3. Let Your Dog Shake Its Head

Use the cotton ball to wipe away all the cleanser and dirt that was possibly left.

4. Clean Your Dog's Ears