T8 Keto ear Flush
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MomPeeples
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Rating: 5

Best option for chronic yeasty ears

posted 5 years ago

Having dealt with my share of chronic icky Lab ears, this cleaner is my new favorite for dealing with chronic yeasty ears. It contains an antifungal which helps keep the yeast to a minimal level and prevent/slow down recurrence of infection. Used every 3-7 days it really seems to minimize tremendously the level and frequency of infection.

Pros: Contains an antifungal, good cleaner

Cons: strong odor, can be irritative

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debra t.
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Rating: 4

Good for ear allergies

posted 5 years ago

This is good stuff to clean out dogs ears that are prone to excess wax due to allergies. I even heat it up a little to help with the disolving. Rubs in easily.

Pros: easy to use

Cons: none

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