Ear Clens Pads by Doctors Foster & Smith
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Ear Clens Pads By Doctors Foster & Smith


Rating: 4.2

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Monique C.
Rating: 5

Ear Cleaning Made Easy

posted 5 years ago

These pre-moistened pads are easy and gentle to use. The solution does a great job getting to the dirt and debris. Stay moist until the last one is used. My cats are indoor/outdoor so there ears get cleaned frequently.

Pros: Perfect for cats ears

Cons: none

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Diane H.
Rating: 5

Easy solution for cleaning ears

posted 5 years ago

I use these cleaning pads monthly for my cats. If I detect a problem like if the ear is very dirty and I suspect mites then I use weekly. Its a good product and much easier than going to the vet. Of course they don't enjoy it, but its over really quickly. They stay moist in the jar so it lasts a long time

Pros: easiest kind of cleaning to use, economical

Cons: none

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