Please can anyone give me some advice about Rosie's ears.
Here's a picture of Rosie seconds after I gave her a brush
When I finished brushing her, her ears were looking really pretty and tidy. As soon as she got off my lap, she did her usual head to tail shake and her ears ended up looking 10 times worse than before I brushed them
Her ears actually look better if I don't brush them, but they end up very tatty which is not good.
Her ear hair is very thick, but flyaway, so is there something that I can use to either thin the hair or stop it being so flyaway?
Here's another picture of her yesterday in the garden looking for her 'friend' - Sooty, the neighbours cat.
(her left front slipper isn't shorter than the rest - she's just standing on it )
Thanks in advance for any replies.