Doesn't contain antibiotics, so it's safer to use regularly. Works well with ear infections from bacteria, viruses, and yeast. Easy to use. Includes 1% hydrocortisone to ease the pain of the inflammation.
Has an odd consistency, meaning it may stick to the animal's fur around the ear.
Doesn't contain alcohol, making it safer to use regularly for ear cleaning. Will work for any age of dog or cat to help prevent ear infections. Contains a slight scent, but it's not overly strong.
Some animals may show a skin irritation with this, so test a little first.
Works equally well for dogs and cats. Doesn't contain harsh chemicals, so you can use it with the pet every day if required. Large bottle of cleaner, so it's a good value for multi-pet homes. Alcohol free so low chance of irritating pets, and made in the USA.
Some pets may not tolerate this cleaning solution well, leading to irritated skin. Other owners occasionally report their pets are still scratching their ears.
Works to clean the interior of the ears and scaly spots on the skin. Gentle enough to use regularly for cleaning, but it also works to reduce effects of ear infections. Has a slight scent that's not overpowering.
Can occasionally cause an irritation of the skin for some sensitive pets.
Doesn't have harsh chemicals, steroids, or antibiotics to make it safe to use regularly. Works equally well on wax buildup and ear redness. Many pets will show improvement in less than a week with this cleaner.
Costs a little more than some others. Some pets may show skin irritation after use.
Pet ear treatments can be used on ear irritations cats and dogs have. These cleaners are applied to the interior of the ear, allowing you to remove dirt and grime. If your cat or dog has odors in the ear, cleaning the ears regularly can help. Pet ear cleansers also can help reduce redness and itchiness in the ear. These treatments are sold over the counter, so they have no antibiotics or steroids. Some ear treatment formulas include a little bit of hydrocortisone to aid with pain. One of the biggest problems with these products is that some pets have a poor reaction to certain formulas. You should always test any ear treatment formula on a small part of the pet’s ear to ensure it won’t cause skin irritation.
BestReviews wants to be better. Please take our 3-minute survey,
and give us feedback about your visit today.