What to do in case of ear bleeding?

The lesions can be superficial, or they can also affect the cartilage, leading to real lacerations or even detachments of parts of the pavilion. They can give rise to massive bleeding as this is a highly vascularised area. What is more the animal due to discomfort and pain tends to shake the head preventing the formation of the clot.
To stop the blood leak, the wound margins should be pressed with cotton wool, preferably haemostatic cotton, and ice applied. Once the bleeding stopped, the wound must be disinfected with hydrogen peroxide and the pavilion immobilised so that the animal does not reopen it by shaking the ears.

 First Aid