QuadraClear Ear Drops can be used to help support proper ear health.
While usually used to treat infections, ear drops can also be used to simply help relieve any discomfort a dog may be experiencing with mildly irritated ears. QuadraClear is made especially for dogs with filthy ears, which could possibly be inflamed or infected.
No More Flushing!
One Step Formula
May be given to dogs of all ages
May be used in conjunction with antibiotic treatments
4 year product shelf life
Directions: Shake well. Turn dogís head to one side, allow drops to fall into the ear canal and gently massage. Dark debris may need to be wiped from outer ear after several applications.
Dogs Under 30 lbs: # of drops Primary Use: 2 daily Precautionary Use: 2 weekly
Dogs 30 lbs and up: # of drops Primary Use: 4 daily Precautionary Use: 4 weekly
Warnings: Do not use in cats. Do not give orally. For optic use only. Safe use in pregnant animals or animals intended for breeding has not been proven. If animalís condition worsens or does not improve, stop product usage and contact your veterinarian. Not recommended for animals under eight weeks of age. Use caution when using QuadraClear in animals with ruptured ear drums. Follow recommended usage as overuse may cause burning and redness. Store at room temperature protected from light, heat and moisture.
warning: when you get the bottle, it says "Do not use in cats". Ear drops for dogs. Not sure if they sent the wrong one or what but I had to get a refund. They were not interested in correcting the problem otherwise
BEST DROPS EVER by FRUGAL PET OWNER10/07/2011
THESE ARE THE ONLY DROPS THAT STOPPED MY DOGS ITCHING!! LOVE THIS PRODUCT!
didn't know what to expect by firsttimer013 from South Dakota03/13/2013
As I hadn't any idea what was growing/juicy in my dog's ear and at the time couldn't afford the vet bill to diagnose it, I decided to try the Quadra Clear. It hasn't really helped except to let me know I have to get the dog to the vet and has given tons of entertainment value as the dog (Angus) goes nuts trying to rub his ears on his bed!! Then he takes off running his laps around the house.....then goes outside, rubs his ears in the snow....BUT< the good news is that as he has VERY sensitive skin, this stuff hasn't caused any topical reactions even if it hasn't helped the problem.
The down side is that the smell is kind of peppery and it takes a bit of getting used to.