Also Contains: Glycerin, Polysorbate, Triethanolamine, Fragrance.
1. Shake well.
2. Apply to the ear canal and gently, but firmly, massage the base of the ear.
3. Use a cotton ball to remove excess solution.
4. Repeat as necessary or as directed by your veterinarian. Close cap tightly.
Storage: Store at controlled room temperature of 20 25 degrees Celsius (68 77 degrees Fahrenheit)
CAUTION: For topical use only. Avoid contact with eyes. If skin irritation develops or increases, stop use and call your veterinarian. Keep out of the reach of children and pets. Wash hands after use.
Available through licensed veterinarians only.
"Since ya can't really get rid of yeast in your long, luxurious ears, just keep it low best ya can.
Once a week my darn mom puts a little bit in each ear, lets me shake it out (yahhuh,thanks alot) and then the infernal wench wipes these gorgeous babies clean."
It does keep buildup really low
Of course it makes sense that an acidic solution works against yeast...just like vinegar....
I would definitely recommend this. My dog is on a combination of Natural Balance fish and sweet potato food, aller-chlor, and this ear wash and she is doing very well.