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Rating: 4

Keeps ears dry

posted 5 years ago

I had a couple of cats that had chronic ear problems. If left untreated they would get bacterial or yeast infections of the ear. I started cleaning their ears with Foster & Smith Ear Clens. Once the ears were dry I would apply the powder to keep them dry. It works really well & the ear canal seems to stay dry without getting gunked up from the powder. No more ear problems here.

Pros: keeps ears dry, reduces risk of infection

Cons: none

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kathy m.
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Rating: 3

Just ok

posted 5 years ago

ive used this but usually have to go to vet and get real medicine

Pros: low price

Cons: not always successful

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