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    Ear Clots

    Seeing a post about ear infections reminded me about this. My first beagle was highly prone to clots in her ears. I guess it's from flapping those adorable ears of hers, but I think over the course of her lifetime, her little ears were bandaged from operations 8 times. My second beagle never had that issue. Was this a rarity for the first, or did I just luck out the second time?



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    Aww, poor doggie. Having to have those ears bandaged is no fun! Are you talking about a blood clot, like a hematoma? Some dogs are more prone to those.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oceangypsy View Post
    Aww, poor doggie. Having to have those ears bandaged is no fun! Are you talking about a blood clot, like a hematoma? Some dogs are more prone to those.
    Yes, are you talking about Aural Hematoma?

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    Yes. She had them all the time. "Don't let her flap her ears." Right. Yeah, Sure. You tell that to a beagle! lol



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    Yeah, what are you supposed to do? Tie her ears up?......tell her to sit still and not be happy?.....hmmm

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    My beagles have never experienced any aural hematoma. I'm just wondering why your beagles keep getting that?

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    beagles flap their ears because of the presence of mites or there might be the start of an infection in ear. Tick bites or mosquito bites can also cause a beagle to flap its ears. Whatever may be the exact cause, a hematoma should best be examined by the vet.

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    It was just my first beagle, many years ago, who had the hematomas all the time. I have no idea why she was so prone to them.



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    I don't think it is that common, although some dogs are more prone to it than others. Perhaps it was just that way for her. It does seem that once a dog has it, they are more likely to continue having this.

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    That's exactly what I was curious about. I worried about it alot with my second beagle, but she never had one hematoma.



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