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Ear Mites & Good Ear Health for Cats

We get a lot of letters asking about their pet's health. One of
the most common questions we get involves ear mites.

Tippy and Alfred thought it would be a good idea give you some
really good and simple info on the problem of ear mites in dogs and cats.
Hope this helps a lot of our canine and feline friends out there.

Tippy & Alfred


Ear Mites in Cats

It's a problem both cats and dogs experience, and
these are the warning signs:

1. excessive and persistent scratching around the ears;
2. head shaking;
3. restless behavior;
4. the ears are painful to the touch and the pet may cry out in pain;
5. brown material present in the ears;
6. a foul-smelling odor.

The villain is ear mites, tiny parasites that live on the surface of the
skin lining in the ear canal. They pierce the skin surface to feed, causing
inflammation and discomfort. If left untreated, bacterial infections and
loss of hearing may result.

Puppies and kittens can acquire an ear mite infection from their mother.
Ear mites can be transmitted from one household pet to another.
If ear mites are present in a multiple-pet household or a kennel or cattery,
it is likely that if one animal is treated, the mites will move to another
resident. The best preventive measure is to treat all residents for mites.

Dogs with long, floppy ears are more prone to ear mite infections.
Air movement is restricted, promoting infection and bacterial growth.
When a dog shakes its head excessively, blood vessels may rupture
and soft swellings form on the ear flap. This condition is called hematoma
and immediate treatment is needed to avoid pain to the dog and possible
ear deformity.

Good ear health is vital to the well being of your pet because
ear problems can have very serious consequences such as:

Inflamed ears
Painful ears
Chronic Problems
Constant medication
Hearing loss
Discharge and odor
Intense scratching
Ear infections
Painful blood clots
Costly vet bills

What you can do to Help
Alleviate the Ear Mite Problem

Do your pets hear you when you call? Dirt and wax accumulation
in the outer ear and ear canal might be the problem. This kind of
buildup can lead to infections and discomfort for your pet. If
your pets are rubbing or scratching their ears regularly then get close
to them and have a look.

Our Recommended Pet Ear Cleaner will
gently loosen dirt and wax from your petís ear with a solution
that is both   soothing and deodorizing.

Recommended Use: Put 10-15 drops into each ear. Massage the

ears at the base. Let your pet shake their head then wipe the remaining

debris from the inside of the ear. May be repeated until
no more debris is found. For routine cleaning. Use as needed.

Our Standard Poodle had a thick, black crust inside her ears that
nothing helped. However with the Pet Ear Cleaner, her ears cleared up
and she no longer paws at them or rubs her head across the carpet!
Debbie Hopek
Perris, CA

I noticed a big difference in our dogís ears after only using
the Pet Ear Cleaner for a few  days.
The best part is that the odor is gone!
Lucy Exe-Brooks
Lynwood, WA

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(Select the Pets Logo on that page, then Pet Ear Cleaner)

Try One bottle Completely Risk Free!
If for any reason you or your pet are not satisfied, then your money
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"The Pet Ear Cleaner is the best ear cleaner I have ever
used in the 15 years I have been a veterinarian. I like the fact that it is
gentle and non-irritating, is odorless and deodorizes the  ear. And it
does a wonderful job cleaning out all the wax and discharge."

Nancy Mehi
Keswick, Ontario, Canada

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