First of all, it is very important to remember that these health related problems can be found in any type of dog breed, but some of them are more likely to develop these diseases than others because they carry certain genes.
That being said, when it comes to ear infections, there are some dog breeds, especially those with large or hairy ears, such as Cocker Spaniels, Miniature Poodles, or Old English Sheepdogs which seem to be more prone to developing it.
Of course, every dog can suffer from ear infections if you don’t clean them properly. The most common symptoms of ear infections include head shaking, scratching the affected ear, odor, dark discharge, pain and itchiness.
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