This is an informational Vet Organics Eco Ears Review and buyer’s guide.
We take a closer look at this all natural ear cleaner and disinfectant for dogs to see what it really offers and what it can do.
If you are looking for a natural ear cleaner designed for itchy ears, bad smelling ears and dirty ears, Eco Ears could be worth the money.
Let’s check it out in greater detail!
(NOTE: this is a general information guide only, and is not professional advice, or a substitute for professional advice. A qualified vet or animal expert is the only person qualified to give you expert advice in regards to your pet/s)
Vet Organics Eco Ears Review & Buyer’s Guide
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Vet Organics Eco Ears Dog Ear Cleaner: Review
- An all natural ear cleaner and disinfectant for dogs
- For veterinary and external use only
- Formulated for helping with itchy ears, bad smelling ears, and dirty ear discharge (mites, parasites, bacteria, yeast and fungal infections can cause these conditions)
- Intended to take effect for different purposes within 2-10 days
- Contains no pharmaceuticals, synthetic chemicals, hydrocortisone (steroids), solvents or antibiotics
- Ingredients in Eco Ears is deonized water, witch hazel extract, denatured grain alcohol, vegetable glycerin, polysorbate 20 (food grade), boric acid, tea tree oil, ionic silver solution, organic mullein leaf extract, rosemary extract, fingerroot extract
- Not for use on broken skin, on skin where blood is present, or for ruptured ear drums
- Read the warnings on the bottle for other use conditions
- The bottle comes with 8 fluid ounces of formula
- All Vet Organics products are made in clean, secure FDA registered facilities in the USA
- Vet Organics, as of 2018, claims Eco Ears has almost a 94% success rate
- Some dogs don’t like ear cleaner and will wriggle and squirm when it is administered
- The ear cleaner doesn’t have a 100% success rate. You may find it doesn’t do what you want it to for your dog’s ears
- Overall, the ear cleaner is made with natural ingredients, in the USA, in FDA registered facilities. It’s popular and has helped over 100,000 pet families with ear cleaning and disinfecting. For the price, it seems to be value for money compared to prescription ear cleaner as long as your vet approves it for your dog’s ears.
Vet Organics Eco Ears Dog Ear Cleaner: Buyer’s Guide
What Is Vet Organics Eco Ears Dog Ear Cleaner?
An all natural ear cleaner and disinfectant for dogs
When Might You Use Vet Organics Eco Ears?
Subject to the approval and advice for use by your dog’s vet – you might use it:
- to wash away pathogens, grime, wax buildup, dirt, crust and biofilms that may have accumulated in your dogs ears
- to help with itchy ears
- to help with bad smelling ears
Ultimately, it is used as a cleaner and disinfectant for your dog’s ears. ALWAYS read the instructions, warnings and all other information provided by Vet Organics on the packaging and bottle before use so you ensure you are using it as Vet Organics intended (in conjunction with your dog’s vet’s advice).
When Might You Not Use Vet Organics Eco Ears?
- When your dog’s vet doesn’t approve of using it
- When Eco Ears causes irritation to the ears
- When the condition persists or worsens after use of Eco Ears
- When you have any questions or concerns with the use of Eco Ears
What Are The Instructions For Use Of Eco Ears?
The instructions for use are:
- Fill affected ear canal with EcoEars Dog Ear Infection Formula
- Massage gently but vigorously for 90 seconds.
- Wipe out with a facial tissue or cotton ball.
- You may see improvements within a few days
- It’s recommended to use Eco Ears twice per day as directed, for a minimum of 10 or 15 days for best results.
- For severe and persistent ear issues, EcoEars may be safely used for up to 8 weeks at a time.
Make sure you read the instructions on the bottle or packaging when you get it and follow them. Contact Vet Organics if you have any questions with their product. They may refer you to a vet.
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