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Welcome to Pet Ear Care Center, where we provide specialized ear care for your pet's needs. Whether you have a new pet who keeps scratching their ears or want a better solution for your pet's chronic ear infections, we are here to help. We invite you to learn more about our services and the conditions we treat.
We understand firsthand how important ear care is to pet health. Hot spots, yeast infections, chronic ear infections, and blockages can cause your pet pain on a daily basis. Pets with ear problems may act out by biting if you tug on their inflamed ears. We believe that ear treatment can help maximize your pet's potential for a long and healthy life. We customize our treatment to the underlying issue, so you can rest assured we are providing the right treatment for your pet's needs.
Our veterinarian, Dr. Kureshi, has over 20 years of experience as a vet and has been using Storz endoscopy systems since 1998. This powerful system allows us to look deep inside your pet's ear to determine the root cause of ear problems. The video endoscopy allows us to show you what is going on, so you understand.
We never rely on a standard formulation or generic prescription to treat your pet's ear problems. We understand that each pet and each ear problem is different so we always provide customized care. If you are ready for a veterinarian who fully understands pet ear issues and who can finally help your pet's ear conditions heal, we invite you to call us.
Based in Cupertino, we offer services throughout the Silicon Valley and San Jose area, including in Los Gatos, Saratoga, Santa Clara, Mountain View and Sunnyvale, CA. To best serve you, we are open from 7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Our veterinary ear center treats many common pet ear problems, including allergies, dermatitis, ear canal obstruction, ear mites, yeast, dirt, and excess wax. We also have experience removing foxtails, polyps, and other objects that are obstructing the ear canal. We can diagnose and treat ear mass/tumors.
If your pet's ear condition is not treated properly, ear issues will continue. In a worst case scenario, your pet could permanently lose their hearing. We can help with all pet ear issues, from diagnosis to treatment.
Symptoms that can indicate an ear problem include excessive head shaking, rubbing ears on floors or furniture, or scratching the ears. In some cases, your pet can lose fur on the ears from scratching or rubbing. Odor or bleeding also indicate ear problems. These symptoms should not be ignored, so if you notice them we urge you to call us for an appointment.
If you are concerned about your pet's ear problems, we would be happy to examine your pet's ears and offer treatment. To schedule your pet's first visit, please call us at (408)-252-6380 or complete the online appointment request form located above.
Dr. Kureshi treated Gin, my 5 year old Cocker Spaniel that has had untreatable ear infections since I got her at 10 months of age. Since the procedure, she has been infection free. I seriously thought that she would be living with ear infections for the rest of her life. Thank you Dr. Kureshi and team!!!
Conditions We Treat
These are some of the many types of pet ear problems we treat.
Click on the pet ear conditions listed below to view photos, videos, and learn more about each condition.
This is a Healthy Pet Ear for comparison.
Infected middle ear
Mass / Growth / Tumor
|Obstructed ear canal
Ruptured ear drum
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