Keeping your pet's ears clean
With ear infections being one of the most common canine and feline issues, ear hygiene is vital to their health and wellbeing. Pet ear infections are usually caused by bacteria, yeast, allergies or a hormone imbalance, and there are a number of things that can promote these such as excessive hair around the ear canal or a build up of dirt and wax. To help keep your pet's ears healthy and fully functioning, it’s important to keep them clean and clear at all times. The best way to do this is to use a natural ear cleaner that works to dissolve wax build up and dislodge debris, whilst also clearing out and protecting from harmful bacteria that may be lingering.
To use, point the tip of the spout into your pet's ear and carefully squeeze the bottle to release enough drops to partially fill the ear canal. Gently massage the base of the ear canal to help loosen wax then remove any liquid, dissolved wax and dirt with a cotton ball or tissue. Repeat use as needed, either on a regular basis to keep the ears clean or when they start to become blocked.
Deionised Water, Witch Hazel, Glycerine, Boric Acid, Polysorbate 80, Tea Tree Oil, Baby Powder Fragrance, Echinacea Extract, Methylparaben, Propylparaben, Aloe Vera Extract, Natural Colouring.