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Thanks for replying again! I don’t think it was a case of wax coming back (not regular wax he produces anyway) – from what I gathered, they just didn’t remove all the residual medicine in there the first time they cleaned his ears out and the second cleaning supposedly fixed that.

This is the second time the vet checked his ears since the infection and said he is still okay as far as that (whew!). I was really concerned it had returned or another infection was going on simultaneously.

The calcium deposit is on the inside of his ear, but not down in there. Maybe that’s the same as what you were saying. It’s on his left ear, about three inches down from the tip and an inch from the right side. It’s not discolored or anything, just a bump. She described it as kind of like cauliflower ear on people. When I touch it he doesn’t mind though, so at least it doesn’t bother him. I wonder if he even knows it’s there?

On the plus side, the revolution seems to really be helping his ear bumps. They feel so much flatter! Also, I have not noticed him messing with his ears since we got home yesterday. I wasn’t able to spend that much time with him last night so I’ll pay closer attention today and over the weekend before we make a decision on the anti-inflammatory. But MAYBE this is the end of his problems. We would both be so relieved!