Veterinary Formula Clinical Care - Ear Therapy for Dogs & Cats
VENDOR: Veterinary Formula Clincal Care
Canine ear infections are all too common, caused by bacteria & yeast built-up due to: moisture, wax, allergies, ear mites, excessive hair growth in the ear, or hypothyroidism. Bacteria can grow quite easily in your canine’s ears if moisture becomes trapped in the canal, a typical result of bathing, grooming or swimming. Many dogs also suffer from allergies, both environmental or food related and are pre-disposed to ear infections. Routine cleaning with Veterinary Formula Clinical Care™ Ear Therapy is important to reduce the chances your pet will develop these problems. Make sure to keep an eye out; your dog may have a bacterial or yeast infection if he or she is displaying these behaviors:
- Ear & head scratching.
- Discolored Discharge from the ear.
- Foul odor.
- Redness and swelling.
- Scabs and crust forming around the ear.
- Hair loss around the ear.
- Head shaking or tilting.
- Loss of hearing.
- Walking in circles.
If you suspect your dog has an ear infection, consult your veterinarian. In-between visits Veterinary Formula Clinical Care ™ Ear Therapy provides gentle relief for fungal, yeast and bacterial infections, while cleaning, disinfecting and deodorizing the ear canal. Its medicated anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties effectively reduces foul odors, redness and swelling, while also providing daily care maintenance for a healthy pet. Veterinary Formula Clinical Care ™ Ear Therapy is also alcohol-free, so pet parents’ can clean and dry the canal without irritating pets’ delicate ears as frequently as needed. Medicated with Ketoconazole, Lactic Acid, Benzoic Acid, and Salicylic Acid. Safe for cats, too.
- Treats Bacterial, Fungal & Yeast Infections.
- Cleans, Disinfects & Deodorizers the Ear Canal.
- Reduces Foul Odors, Redness & Swelling.
- Alcohol-Free. Safe for Daily Use.
- For Dogs & Cats.
For use only on dogs, cats & small animals over 12 weeks. Avoid contact with eyes. May use daily as needed. If irritation develops, discontinue use and consult your veterinarian.