For Equine, Pets & Exotic Animals:
Dr. Ben's ear-neutralizer is an effective ear treatment solution that will neutralize and help clear-up outer and deep ear infections including ear mites.
Ear-Neutralizer contains natural Antibacterial, antifungal properties which promotes healthy ears. It is highly effective in neutralizing & cleansing yeast infections, oozing ears, stinky ears and killing ear mites.
For chronic ear infections in dogs or cats where the ear infection returns again and again there finally is a practical solution, Ear-Neutralizer provides soothing relief to any animal experiencing discomfort and pain from ear problems.
Some of the symptoms you should watch for is your animal itching & scratching their ears, shaking their heads and swollen ears are just some of the symptoms you will notice your animal doing.
Ear-Neutralizer is a natural antimicrobial solution that is highly effective in neutralizing & cleansing yeast infections, oozing ears, stinky ears and killing ear mites.
Ear-Neutralizer provides soothing relief to any animal experiencing discomfort and pain from ear problems.
What causes canine ear infections, and what are the symptoms?
The following guide will help answer these questions, and provide some natural ways you can help deal with this common problem at home.
Remember: There’s no substitute for a professional veterinarian. to rule out other possible health conditions, and to verify that you are in fact dealing with an ear infection.
There are a variety of issues that cause ear infections in dogs. These are the most common:
Anatomy: certain breeds with hanging ears, like spaniels and retrievers, are more prone to ear infections than others.
Bacteria: this is the most common cause of canine ear infections.
Parasites: mites sometimes infest canine ears, especially in puppies.
Lifestyle: dogs that frequent the outdoors or commonly swim tend to experience ear infections more often, sometimes due to water or grass seed that’s become stuck in the ear.
Fungus: fungi, like yeast for example, can sometimes lead to infection.
Diet: poor and imbalanced diets are sometimes the source of recurring ear infection.
Here’s what to look for if you suspect an ear infection:
Frequent shaking or tilting of the head that favors one side.
Red or brown discharge
An odd, almost sweet, odor coming from the ear
Scabs on the outside or inside of the ear
Constant rubbing or scratching of the ear
Trouble keeping balance.