I’m not sure, but it sounds like the water might be too hot. If you have a bottle of Dawn dishwashing liquid on hand and a little paper towel or napkin to dry off your dog’s paws after bathing, you can use that instead. Whatever method you choose, make sure the surface is cool enough for your pet to comfortably sit on before starting this procedure!
How do I clean my cat’s ears?
Cats are prone to ear infections due to their hairier outer ear canal. When they get an infection in one ear, cats will frequently try cleaning out both ears with their tongues-a very messy ordeal! To help prevent this from happening, provide plenty of access points for your cat and regularly check his ears (and those of any other pets) for dirt and debris buildup: Cleaning them yourself once every day should help keep things under control. Additionally: Make certain toys don’t come into contact with your pet’s sensitive ears; store away any stuffed animals that might collect dust particles; keep all kittens up-to-date on deworming as soon as they’re weaned; only give small amounts of canned food at first (such as baby food), then gradually introduce more variety over time; feed kibble right away rather than letting it sit overnight; avoid leaving wet dishes around the house where cats may slip and fall