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Keeping your dog's ears clean is an important part of grooming and lowering the chances of infections. At Vet Products Direct, we stock a wide range of dog ear cleaners from top brands to ensure that you can maintain the cleanliness of your dog’s ears. Some dogs are more prone to earwax buildup and infections than others, so you may want to adjust the frequency at which you clean your dog's ears based on that.
Regardless of what size or shape your dog's ears may be, it's very important to check them regularly. Regular use of dog ear cleaners can help to prevent issues like infections and ear mites. There is a wide variety of dog ear cleaners available on the market. Whether you are looking for all-natural cleansers free of irritating agents, drops, powders or gentle sprays, our at-home products remove dead skin cells and promote healing by cleaning and removing wax and dead skin from affected areas, allowing your dog’s skin to heal naturally.
With a significant range of ear-cleaning products for dogs, you will be sure to keep your four-legged friend clean, happy, and healthy. From drops to sprays to cleansers, we work closely with veterinarians and animal health professionals to ensure our puppy products are of the highest quality, so you can rest assured you’re purchasing a solution that is safe for regular at-home use.
Types of Dog Ear Cleaners:
With dog ear cleaners on hand, you can easily remove dirt, wax, moisture, and grime from your dogs’ ears. Follow these steps to effectively clean your dog's ear:
We recommend using our ear cleaning drops for dogs if you notice discharge in your pup's ears, a strange odour, or if your pup is shaking his ears more than usual. Some dogs may need their ears cleaned once a month, while others may need them treated once a week. Breeds with long, floppy ears or dogs who swim regularly may need their ears treated once a week.
Do not clean your dog's ears if they are red, inflamed, painful, or have necrotic tissue. Consult your veterinarian immediately if you suspect there is an underlying problem.
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