I personally don't let my dog lick me/my face. I just find it yucky. However, I think that her kisses for me are when we are laying in bed and she nuzzles up to me and puts her snout under my chin. I think of those as her kisses for me.View Thread
Do you notice the ear infections more often during certain times of the year? I ask because I have a lab/german shepherd mix. She is 3 years old. She tends to get ear infections springtime and fall. It is basically seasonal allergies. I get her ears cleaned regularly (you mentioned you do this as well), and I found a supplement that seems to help her. I know in my area we have a specialist vets and there is a dermatology vet. Maybe you can see if your dog has any specific allergies that might be causing the ear infections? Good luck! It is really difficult dealing with them. I have experienced as well.View Thread
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