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Dr. Emmo's Ear Care Rinse is designed to address one of the most common animal afflictions: bacterial ear conditions and the uncomfortable and odorous! result.

Dr Emmos Ear Rinse -Prevents Infections
Dr Emmos Ear Rinse -Prevents InfectionsDr Emmos Ear Rinse -Prevents InfectionsDr Emmos Ear Rinse -Prevents Infections
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Dr. Emmo's Ear Care Rinse is antibiotic-free and safe for all pets. It's an antimicrobial cleanser that breaks down and removes wax, debris, and irritants from the ear canals of pets.
It's critical to keep your dog's ears clean to prevent infections. Antibiotics in your dog's ears is very tricky and it's critical to stay on top of cleaning your dog's ears to prevent ear infections. Dogs with floppy ears (bichons, poodles, shihtzus, cocker spaniels) are particularly prone to ear infections. The ears of these dogs are virtually closed, leaving minimal air circulation inside.


Therefore, the instance of wax accumulation in the ear is high. Also, these breeds of dog tend to grow hair follicles inside their ears. And those small stubs of fine hair block the air from entering even more. Regular ear checks are necessary so that your dog is not only groomed but healthy as well.


Product De-Tails:
  • Antimicrobial, non-toxic cleanser that is safe for maintaining clean and odor-free healthy pet ears.
  • Breaks down & remove wax, debris and irritants from the ear canals of pets.
  • 4-oz Bottle
  • Made In USA


Ingredients: Purified Water, Sodium Chloride, Hypochlorous Acid, Hypochlorite Ion.

Product Reviews for Dr Emmos Ear Rinse -Prevents Infections

CAUSES OF DOG EAR INFECTIONS

1. Presence of foreign bodies in the dog's ear.

If there's anything trapped inside your dog's ear, it is very likely to trigger infections.  Dog infection caused by the penetration of a foreign body inside the ear may require surgery to remove.  In milder cases, flushing out may work.

2. Bacterial or yeast infections

Bacteria can cause infections not just in the ears but in different parts of the body as well.  They may not initiate the disease but they can definitely worsen the case.  But then again, high concentration of bacteria in the ear can trigger skin diseases that could later on become a bad case of ear infection.

3. Ear mites

Ear mites are very common in young dogs.  If you know for a fact that your dog is suffering from these parasites, it won't be a surprise if it would suffer from ear infection as well.  Mites could spread on the different parts of the dog's body.  This happens when dogs scratch their head and ears.

4. Tumors

If ear mites are common in younger dogs, older dogs are more prone in tumors developing in the wax glands.  If this is the main cause of ear infection in your dogs, the only solution is tumor's surgical removal.

5. Food intolerance and allergies

Ear infections can be caused by your dog's irritation to certain foods.  You know this is the cause of the problem if your dog's ear infection keeps on recurring.  Try to recall the food items that your dog had eaten prior.  These are the most common culprits.  Try not to feed them to your dog and see if the infection would recur.

6. Other underlying diseases

If your dog is prone to different types of disorders like scaling, hormonal issues, and immunity problems, high are the chances that it would develop ear infection in the long run.  While it may not indirectly cause the problem, studies show a link between a dog's set of underlying diseases to ear infection.

SYMPTOMS OF DOG EAR INFECTIONS

While dogs can't directly tell you what's troubling them, you can look for symptoms that indicate they are suffering from certain aliments.  Such is the case with dog ear infections.  Dogs will exhibit unnatural movements showing something is bugging them.  The most common symptoms of dog ear infections are:

Headshaking mannerism

Does your dog shake its head frequently? If so, this is a symptom of something in your dog's ear that it is trying to get rid of.  Sometimes, it could be something as simple as a trapped object.  Or it could be water that has dripped to its ears during its last bath.  A careful examination of your dog's ears may indicate what causing the abnormal headshaking gesture and lead to a quick resolution to the problem.

Cocking the head

If your dog cocks it head in unusual manner and angle, this is a symptom of an ear infection.  Like the headshaking mannerism, dogs will do anything they can to try remove that something that blocks their ears.  In cases of an ear infection, it is most likely a high volume of ear wax that is bothering your dog.

Consistent ear rubbing

Dogs scratch a lot.  But rarely do they do it on one particular area alone - unless there is an infection in that area.  Excessive scratching is a symptom of a problem. Things that can cause dogs to scratch their ears are mites, bacterial infections, and skin disorders. 

Foul-smelling ear wax discharge

It is normal for dogs to have earwax.  However, if the earwax your dog excreted is too much and has a foul-smelling odor, this is a symptom of a dog ear infection.  To be sure and to provide immediate help for your dog, take it to the veterinarian.  The vet could prescribe ear drops to your pet.  Just apply it on problem ear regularly for a quick recovery.

Inflammation, redness, and tenderness in the area

These symptoms are direct indications that there's a problem in the skin of your pets.  The skin won't get red, inflamed, or tender unless it has been splintered, wounded, or cut.  There are quite a number of reasons why dogs develop skin erosions in their ears.  And unless attended to right away, they could develop into a severe case of dog ear infection.  Dog owners are advised to always check the ears of their dog after bath.  Or take them to the grooming center as frequent as possible.

Balance problems

This particular symptom of a dog ear infection shows that the dog is suffering from the worst case of the disease.  Rarely does mild ear infection trigger balance problems.  But if it does, then your dog needs immediate help from a pet expert near you.

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