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Epi-otic Ear & Skin Cleanser For Dogs & Cats 120ml

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Epi-otic Ear & Skin Cleanser For Dogs & Cats 120ml is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
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I118697-Epi-otic Ear & Skin Cleanser For Dogs & Cats 120ml
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Product details

SKU
I118697
Pet
Dog
Life Stage
Adult, Senior
Description
Use Epi-Otic® for routine cleansing, apply 2–3 times a week as needed. Routine ear cleansing can be performed after shampooing or swimming to help minimise excessive moisture within the ear canal as this may contribute to infection and inflammation. Before application of medicated treatment, use Epi-Otic® daily. As a preventative maintenance, use Epi-Otic® weekly to reduce the risk of recurrence and to reinforce the benefit of therapy. Cleaning your dog’s ears before applying medication can help make the treatment more effective; by removing any excess wax, discharge or debris, the active ingredients in the treatment can work where they are needed.
Rated 5 out of 5 by I Wilson from Good product I have been using this product for the last 10 years for my dog who has sensitive ear issue due to the breed: Shar Pei and it helps a lot to minimise the risk of ear infection this breed tend to have. I’d prefer the smaller bottle as the lid tube fits for my dog rather than the big bottle size. Highly recommended for regular cleaning and not for treatment
Date published: 2023-12-27
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