How to clean infected dog ear - This Really Works the Best!
If you have struggled with ear infections with your dogs, the Blue Power ear treatment made popular by Helen McKinnon in her book "It's For The Animals! Natural Care & Resources." Many dog owners report excellent results from using this mixture to treat infected and smelly ears. Just beware that treatment could cause irreparable damage if your dog has a ruptured eardrum.
Assemble the ingredients. Isopropyl alcohol shuold be available in any pharmacy or supermarket. Boric acid powder and gentian violet solution can be found at health food stores, natural pharmacies and online.
Mix ingredients in a squeeze bottle and shake well.
Squeeze the solution into each ear and massage in for as long as you dog will allow, or about a minute. Most likely, your dog will shake his head, spreading the excess liquid all over, but care should be taken to avoid getting the solution in your dog's eyes. Applying the treatment outdoors is a good idea.
Repeat the treatment two times per day for two days and then once per day for the next two weeks. Once the infection has cleared up, use the solution to clean your dog's ears once a month.