Medicated ear flush is used in dogs and cats to clean the ear during an active ear infection. Medicated ear flush usually contains a drying agent as well as a cleaning agent that is active against bacteria. Removing excess debris and wax from an infected ear is an important component of successfully treating ear disease as it allows for other medications to penetrate deeper into the canal. Directions & Dosage Check label directions and shake the bottle if necessary. Lift the ear flap so that it is pointing straight up. Apply the ear flush liberally into the canal. Massage near the base of the ear to encourage the debris to soften. Allow your pet to shake their head to assist with removal of the fluid and debris. Wipe away any loose debris from the ear flap and canal with a cloth, gauze, or cotton ball. You may need to repeat several times depending on the amount of debris that is present. Do not use cotton applicator swabs in the canal due to potential for injury. Wash your hands after cleaning your pet's ears. Always praise and reward your pet to encourage cooperation. Ingredients Deionized water, propylene glycol, aloe vera gel, SD alcohol 40, lactic acid, glycerin, dioctyl sodium, sulfosuccinate, salicylic acid, fragrance, benzoic acid, benzyl alcohol.
- Brand: Vet One
- ASIN: B012BSKINC