I buy ear cleaner from my vet. It's not expensive, only about $8 for a bottle.
I just squeeze it in, rub the ear for about 30 seconds and then let them shake it out. I have one that hates the sound of the bottle in the ear, so I saturate a cotton ball with the solution and place it in the opening of the ear (not shoved down) and then close and rub which squeezes the solution into the ear and then they just shake the cotton ball out.
I have also heard that diluted apple cider vinegar is an excellent ear cleaner and the acid in the vinegar helps keep bacteria from growing.
Bianka vom Eisernen Loewen IPO3, CGC, TC 1-3-08
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