dog's ear


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1. A decorative embellishment, such as a molding around one corner of a door, window, or fireplace opening, that somewhat resembles a squared-off ear; especially popular during the latter half of the 18th century; also called a dog’s ear.
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If no problems are evident, you may clean your dog's ears.
Of course, a passer-by may not be too inclined to listen to the dog's ear if Fido was a rotweiller, but you get the idea.
A microchip is put in the dog's ear so it can be scanned to find out who it belongs to within hours.
There were blood splashes in the hallway and the bathroom and the officer found the tip of the dog's ear in the bathroom.
PEDIGREE POOCH: The abandoned dog; ID MARKING: The dog's ear
This is a daily full-time job for me at home, so I'm very used to it,'' he said, stroking a small black puppy as he placed a cotton ball in the dog's ear.
The dog's ear was cut during the savage assault on 36-year-old George Napier who was stabbed to death by Daniels.
Any discharge can be cleaned away with cotton wool or tissue but, as we were told at university, never put anything down a conscious dog's ear smaller than your elbow
A dog's ears can get dirty and oily, especially dogs with 'floppy' ears as these do not gain exposure to air and light.
Dogs Trust, the UK's largest dog welfare charity, has some tips for keeping your canine companion cool: Cover any pale skin on your dog's ears, nose or belly with a strong dog sunblock available from pet shops.
The vet then explained to the the lady that if she wanted to keep this from recurring, she should get some "Nae Mair" hair remover and rub it in the dog's ears once a month.
There is no other word that pricks a dog's ears up like saying 'walkies' does.