Oti-Soothe II
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Stewartan
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Rating: 4

Good for Yeast infection in dog's ear

posted 5 years ago

this was recommended by our vet for our dog's yeast infection in his ear. It really does clean the ear canal out pretty good. now, if i can find a way to make my dog sit still:)

we just soak a cotton ball and place it in the ear gently and wipe the ear. his ear seems to be getting better. he is also on medicine for the ear.

Pros: works good

Cons: keeping dog still

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Herburban
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Rating: 5

Good for routine cleaning

posted 6 years ago

Oti-soothe II is an effective ear cleaner for maintaining the proper pH of the ear and ear yeast infection prophylaxis. Available through veterinarians and beneficial when used as directed.

Pros: scent, effectiveness

Cons: no medicinal affect

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