๐Ÿถ There’s A Spider In This Dog’s Ear! | FULL EPISODE | Bondi Vet

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Dr Gerardo Poli investigates why this poor dog is constantly shaking her head. He looks in closer to see a pair of creepy legs trapped inside her ear. Can he remove this from the Dog’s ear and clean up the infection?

Tim Faulkner visits the famous Rottnest Island to see some cute quokkas!

Dr Chris Brown solves a bird problem his overly-attached owner has with the bird.

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10 thoughts on “๐Ÿถ There’s A Spider In This Dog’s Ear! | FULL EPISODE | Bondi Vet

  1. hey!!!!
    love your work and i'm considdering to become a vet
    i really love vets and everything you do

  2. I wonder who put those seeds in the dog's ear. I can't believe 4 got in there by accident.

  3. Ive had a baby roach in my ear before, I wouldn't wish that on anyone. I couldn't imagine having grass seeds in there.

  4. My brother had a moth in his ear when he was 9, and then a bee when he was 12. Poor guy must have very inviting ears.


  5. Spiders generally will not bite unless trapped against the skin.
    Common house spiders include funnel-web spiders, cobweb spiders, cellar spiders, and sac spiders. Although most spiders found in homes are harmless and are actually beneficial because they control insects, some people prefer not to have them crawling around their dwellings and apply household insecticides containing pyrethroids to control infestations. However, insecticides contain toxins that can be harmful to pets. Fortunately, there are several steps you can take to get rid of spiders without harming your pet.

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    Step 1
    Remove sheltering sites close to your home, including rocks, woodpiles, compost piles, and old boards.

    Step 2
    Apply caulk to cracks and crevices in the foundation. In addition, fix holes in screens and eliminate any other entrances that spiders can use to enter your home.

    Step 3
    Vacuum your home thoroughly. Vacuuming removes spiders, spider webs, and egg sacs. Moreover, vacuuming can remove insects that serve as prey. When no food is available, spiders leave the premises.

    Step 4
    Clean up food and crumbs, which attract insects that spiders prey on.

    Step 5
    Place sticky traps, available at most hardware and grocery stores, along the baseboards and other areas where you have observed spiders. Sticky traps work by securing the spider to a sticky board until they perish. Sticky traps do not contain poison and thus will not harm your pet.

  6. Okaaaay…. after the third 2 to 3 minute commercial about crap I'm not interested in, I gave up and stopped watching altogether. Not worth my time.

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