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KG EARS & FACE OILKG Ears & Face Oil is specially formulated to ease the sensation of crawling mites on the face, ears, paws and claws to stop unnecessary damage to skin and fur from continuous scratching.
KG Ear and face oil is a gentle but effective mixture of a 100 % Natural hand pressed Anti-Microbial
organic argan oil safe for animals which are blended with a natural blend of plant enzymes.
It is easy to wipe onto the face and around the nose areas and also around the eyes and ears safely.
Very effective on the paws and claws. It will ease the sensation of the crawling of mites on the face
and ears to stop itching and damaging the skin or coat and stop any loss of fur while decreasing mange mite's, bird mites and harvest mite's that like to live in these areas.
Also very effective against skin fungus and ear fungus along with dry skin problems when used daily.
We advise that continual use will achieve the best results with natural products over 6 weeks to allow for the hatching and of the life cycle of mites.
Argania Spanoa, Plant extracted Blended Enzymes.
1) Use daily one drop in each ear morning and evening for 7 days or when you see your dog scratching the ears.
Also for fungus, infections or because of debris removal.
2) Wipe around the face and nose daily and around the back of the ears and also under the chin area as mites like to roam in these places.
3) To protect the paws and claws, a little oil on a cotton pad wiped over before bedtime will give comfort and stop the mites being
transferred back to the ears while scratching at night. 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.
Always rule out other possible health conditions, as it is best to verify that you are in fact dealing with an ear infection.