Small Animal Dermatology Q&A 19

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A 2-year-old cocker spaniel dog was presented for recurrent otitis externa. The opening to the external ear canal could not be found, and the vertical ear canal was hard upon palpation. Dermatological examination was normal except for nasal digital hyperkeratosis and mild scaling on the skin.


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