Life's Abundance Ear Care Formula For Your Pets
Keeping Your Pets Ears Clean Is A Necessary Part Of Keeping Your Pet Healthy.
Life's Abundance Ear Care Formula cleans ears and eliminates odor, dissolves ear wax and removes dirt and debris by bringing it to the surface. Ear Care Formula dries the ear but don't worry, there's no alcohol. It also soothes the ear during application and long after.
Why Is Daily Ear Care Important For Your Pets?
Dogs are susceptible to ear problems because their ear canals are more L-shaped than a human's and the ear cavity is deeper. This deep cavity is dark, damp and warm. The perfect place for bacteria, fungus, parasites or yeast to grow.
Floppy eared dogs are especially vulnerable. Also, dogs bred to work in the water, like spaniels and retrievers, are particularly sensitive to ear infections because their ears are naturally more oily than others.
Life Abundance Ear Care Formula For Your Pets Really Works!
Cleans ears and eliminates odor
Dissolves ear wax
Removes dirt and debris
Soothes like only aloe vera can
Contains no alcohol and will not sting
Leaves ears dry, which keeps nasty ear debris at bay
Safe and gentle enough for puppies and kittens
Ear Care Formula contains a special botanical blend and gentle cleansers specifically developed to keep your pet’s ear's healthy.
Cats suffer from ear problems, too. They can accumulate wax and debris, which can harbor bacteria, fungus, yeast and ear mites ... often contegeous.
Good Ear Health Is Vital To The Well Being Of Your Pet Because Ear Problems Can Have Severe Consequences -
Discharge and Odor
Painful Blood Clots
Costly Vet Bills
A dog or cat will show discomfort by shaking his head or scratching at the ears. If your pet tilts his head constantly, it could be a sign of a problem.
Gently release enough drops to partially fill the ear canal. Gently massage the base of the ear canal to help loosen wax. Remove liquid, dissoved wax and dirt with cotton or facial tissue. Clean applicator tip thoroughly after each use. Do not use cotton swabs or insert pointed objects into the ear. Use two times daily. If condition does not improve within 4-5 days, see your veterinarian. For routine cleaning and maintenance, use 1-2 times weekly or as needed.
Water, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice (Aloe Vera), Hydrastis Canadensis (Goldenseal) Root Extract, Valeriana Officinalis Extract (Valerian), Juglans Nigra (Black Walnut) Leaf Extract, Hypericum Perforatum Extract (St. John's Wort), Stellaria Media Extract (Chickweed), Glycyrrhiza Glabra Extract (Licorice Root), Scutellaria Lateriflora Extract (Skullcap), Glycolic Acid, Lactic Acid, Eucalyptus Globulus (Eucalyptus) Oil, Polysorbate 20, Sodium Benzoate, Gluconolactone.
Repeated head shaking. Foul-smelling, waxy build-up. Red, painfully inflamed ears. What do all these things have in common? All are symptoms of otitis externa, or what is commonly referred to as ear infections. If you have ever groaned inwardly and felt dismay the moment your dog starts shaking his head or rubbing his ears along the nearest available surface, you’re not alone. Unfortunately, too many pet parents are more than familiar with this recurring medical problem. Often, it is accompanied by an offensive odor and one can only imagine how overwhelming the smell is to the suffering pup!
Canine ear infections result from an overgrowth of yeast or bacteria in the ear canal, causing redness, irritation and a heavy accumulation of wax. Likely triggers of these maladies are skin reactions to inhaled allergens – like pollen, mold or dust mites – or food allergies and sensitivities. Be aware that both large ears and swimming predispose dogs to ear infections.
Humans tend to develop ear infections as a result of viral infections, typically in infancy or early youth. As youngsters, our Eustachian tubes are very small. Respiratory congestion can lead to blockage of these canals, resulting in otitis media (a middle ear infection). Because the infection is internal, they frequently require oral antibiotics. In contrast, pets usually develop ear infections as adults, and the infection is almost always localized in the external portion of the ear. In most cases, the application of prescription drops or ointments directly into the ear canal usually resolves the illness. If you suspect your companion animal may be suffering from an ear infection, please seek veterinarian assistance for diagnosis and treatment. If necessary, your vet may prescribe a topical medicine and advise routine cleaning.
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