Vetericyn Plus Antimicrobial Ear Rinse, 3 oz
Ear infections are one of the leading causes of veterinary visits. Vetericyn Plus® Ear Rinse is an easy way to remove foreign materials from the ear, help alleviate irritations, and keep the ear clean. Whether it’s for routine maintenance, cleaning after an outdoor adventure, or helping with itching and discharge, Vetericyn Plus® All Animal Ear Rinse will provide relief and help reduce the chances of ear issues.
HOW TO USE -
Move excess hair from the affected area. Clip if necessary. Adjust dropper nozzle. Saturate the affected area on or in the ear with Vetericyn Plus® Ear Rinse. If dressing is required, saturate dressing with Vetericyn Plus® at each dressing change. Repeat 3-4 times per day until the wound is healed. No rinsing is necessary. Faster healing is achieved when wounds are cleaned and maintained moist. Safe for use around mouth, nose, ears, and eyes. Not for inner ear infections. For daily maintenance, apply in and around the ear with a massaging action once per day or as needed. Great for use after outdoor activities.
Active: Hypochlorous Acid (0.009%)
Inactive: Electrolyzed Water, Sodium Chloride, Phosphates, Sodium Hypochlorite
Cleaning & care for irritated ears
Daily ear maintenance
Reducing ear odors
- Helps reduce ear odors
- Relieves itching and irritation in ears
- Helps remove pollutants and foreign material
- Helps clean discharge or buildup in the ear
- Will not sting or burn
- Non-irritating & promotes healthy tissue
- Non-toxic, safe if licked or ingested
- Safe for all animal skin types at all life stages
- No alcohol, steroids or antibiotics
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Vetericyn Plus Antimicrobial Ear Rinse, 3 oz Q&A
Is Vetericyn Plus Ear Rinse safe for all animals?
How often should I use Vetericyn Plus Ear Rinse?
Can I use this product for inner ear infections?
Will Vetericyn Plus Ear Rinse help reduce ear odors?
Is it safe to use Vetericyn Plus Ear Rinse around my pet's eyes and mouth?
What are the active ingredients in Vetericyn Plus Ear Rinse?
How do I apply Vetericyn Plus Ear Rinse?
Is rinsing necessary after applying Vetericyn Plus Ear Rinse?
Can Vetericyn Plus Ear Rinse be used for cleaning irritated ears?
Is Vetericyn Plus Ear Rinse recommended for use after outdoor activities?
|Product Name||Vetericyn Plus Antimicrobial Ear Rinse|
|Purpose||Remove foreign materials, alleviate irritations, keep ears clean, reduce ear odors, support daily maintenance|
|Usage||3-4 times per day until wound is healed or daily maintenance|
|How to use instructions||Saturate affected area or in the ear, no rinsing required, can be used with dressing|
|Not for use||Inner ear infections|
|Suitable for||All animal skin types, all life stages|
|Safety||Non-toxic, safe if licked or ingested, no alcohol, steroids or antibiotics|
|Ingredients (Active)||Hypochlorous Acid (0.009%)|
|Ingredients (Inactive)||Electrolyzed Water, Sodium Chloride, Phosphates, Sodium Hypochlorite|
|Uses||Preventative care, flushing, cleaning & care for irritated ears, daily ear maintenance, reducing ear odors|
|Features||Non-irritating, promotes healthy tissue, helps remove pollutants and foreign material, will not sting or burn|
|Commonly referred to as||Canine ear wash, ear rinse, ear cleaning solution, dog first aid|
Get Relief for Your Pet with Vetericyn Plus Antimicrobial Ear Rinse
Maintain the health and cleanliness of your pet's ears with Vetericyn Plus Antimicrobial Ear Rinse, a gentle yet effective solution to help alleviate irritations and prevent infections. The easy-to-use dropper nozzle ensures precise application.
Make routine ear maintenance a breeze with Vetericyn Plus Ear Rinse, designed to remove foreign materials and reduce discomfort in your pet's ears. Ideal for post-outdoor adventure cleanups or to help alleviate itchiness and discharge.
Say goodbye to unpleasant ear odors with Vetericyn Plus All Animal Ear Rinse. Formulated with Hypochlorous Acid, this ear rinse keeps your pet comfortable while preventing potential ear issues. Safe for use around the mouth, nose, ears, and eyes but not for inner ear infections.