Bio-Groom Ear-Care Ear Cleaner (8 oz) is a veterinary preparation specially developed for routinely cleaning and drying ears of dogs and cats.
Active Ingredients: Boric Acid NF, 0.80%; Salicylic Acid USP, 0.20%. Contains: Polyoxyethylene sorbitan monostearate and Eucalyptol NF.
Directions: Shake well. Use 8 to 10 drops of Ear-Care in each ear. Gently massage ear until dirt and wax are dissolved. (For large dogs increase dosage.) Allow pet to shake his head to dispel accumulation. For best results swab ears with cotton. Clean ears with Ear-Care at least twice a month. Use before or after swimming Bio-Groom Ear-Care Lotion will not leave ear canal sticky or oily. Should your dog or cat have a painful ear condition or discharge from the ears, see your veterinarian.
Effective by Micaiah's Mom from Asheville, NC02/14/2014
Both my Cocker Spaniel and Siamese-mix get ear cleanings with this product every week or at least every other week. I put it on a cotton ball and clean out the Cocker's ears and put it on a Q-tip for the kitty's ears. I don't pour the liquid into the ear canal, because I know how aggravating getting water in my ears is. I NEVER have had ear infections with either pet.
It works! by Raine from Seattle, WA06/15/2014
I read several of the reviews and decided to give this a try. I have a standard Dachshund and her ears are notorious for getting dirty. Our Lulu gets a bath every other week and I use this product at the same time. I have gotten to the point where I don't inspect her ears more then once a month now. Before, it was weekly and I would end up doing a lot of cleaning at that time. This product has eliminated that practice! Yay!
BioGroom Ear Cleaner by nubi and Gracie's mom08/28/2013
Like this better than vet ear cleaners. Cleans well, not sticky, doesn't irritate, no residue and smells good.
Best ear cleaner on the market! by donna from Westchester, New York10/27/2011
I've tried several different brands - some are oily and others don't do the job. I go out of my way to find this product...no oily residue, leaves ears spotless and fresh smelling. My golden has never had ANY ear issues in her 10 years. Now what do I do with the half dozen full bottles of the competitors product that are awful?