- inspect your Yorkie's ears once a week
- remove hair from the inside of a Yorkie's ears For this purpose you can use tweezers, but do not put them too far inside of the ear and be carefull
- Do use an ear cleaner that is made for a dog's ears
- For hygienic reasons clean your Yorkies ears in a bathroom
- Do not get water in your Yorkie's ears when bathing
- Cotton swabs
- Cotton balls
Instructions 1 Look at the ears to locate signs of infection. A brown or red discharge or a strange odor coming from the ears can indicate an infection. Stop grooming the ears and contact a veterinarian immediately. 2 Pluck loose hair from the inside of the ears with tweezers. Remove loose hairs or hairs that have matted inside the ears. Smooth the hair out with a comb or your fingers. 3 Dampen a cotton swab with water. Wipe the inside of the ear with the cotton swab and exchange it for a new one when it becomes dirty. Clean the ear leather, but avoid pushing the cotton swab inside the ear canal. Wipe the crevices and small areas of the ear. 4 Soak a cotton ball with an ear-wash formula. Squeeze out any excess ear-wash formula. Insert the cotton ball inside the dog's ear. Rub gently to remove dirt. 5 Let the dog shake off the excess moisture. This will help prevent ear infections. Read more: http://www.ehow.com/how_6907886_clean-yorkie_s-ears.html#ixzz2nwo4Zz7CSeems not so difficult :-) Remember to take care of Yorkie's ears regularly!