You will need: Cotton balls, Ear cleaning solution, Gauze pads, Flashlight, etc.
Before you start cleaning, check your dog's ears for any signs of infection, such as redness, swelling, or discharge.
Warm the ear cleaning solution to body temperature. This will help to prevent your dog from feeling pain.
Tilt your dog's head to the side and gently pull back their ear flap.
Apply the ear cleaning solution to a cotton ball and gently swab the inside of your dog's ear.
Gently massage the ear canal to help the ear cleaning solution work its way in.
Use a gauze pad to remove any earwax that has loosened.