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Hi, i`m Richard, a Veterinarian from the UK. Hopefully I can help today.
Has she shown any sign of seizures?
Excellent. Is she otherwise well in herself?
They certainly can. If she has a severe ear infection or mite infection, this can lead to rupture of the ear drum and can lead to balance issues. However I would expect that to be more constant rather than just for a few minutes after she wakes up. I would be keen to get on top of any ear problems to see how she goes from there, before considering other factors affecting her wobbles though. So the ears should be our top priority. What are you treating her ears with?
How long has she been on the canaural for now?
Ok, I would continue on that for at least another 7 days before assessing a response. You should notice her ears getting cleaner and much less wax. If it is due to an ear infection, her signs should improve as we get on top of her ear problem.