Our expert says:
You need to have a discussion with your veterinarian and ask them what investigations and treatment protocols are available to identify and subsequently treat your animal’s chronic otitis externa. Antibiotics may not be sufficient to cure the problem as there may also be other physical/environmental/infectious factors.
Please note that you may not be able to totally alleviate the problem as some of these conditions are multifactorial.
If your vet does not have the time to explain the issue at hand then I would suggest that you seek a second opinion.
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