Wednesday, August 17, 2005

Whole Lotta Shakin Going on in Bulldog

Pets Symptom Solver Tool: "Head shaking and head tilting are usually caused by an outer-ear infection called otitis externa. Caused by bacteria, yeast, or other organisms, this condition is particularly common in dogs with large, floppy ears because the insides of the ears get hot and humid, creating a perfect environment for infection, says Stephen Simpson, D.V.M., associate professor of neurology at Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine in Auburn, Alabama.
Pets with ear mites will also shake or tilt their heads."

--and we thought they tilted their heads to be cute


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