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Those are symptoms suggestive of a otitis externa or in other words, an inflammation of some part of the ear canals. Even if you do not see discharge in the ears, the canals are "L" shaped and cannot be visualized fully without the aid of an otoscope. When the ears are inflammed, they are prone to secondary infections with bacteria or yeast organisms so it is best to have them evaluated as soon as you can. I would urge you to contact your veterinarian for a physical exam.
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Good to hear. Keep me posted as to what they find.