How do you know that your dog’s ear is inflamed?
The dog ears stabilize the balance of your four-legged friend and give him guidance. Because hearing is so important to your pet, ear infections are very dangerous and, therefore, you should examine them regularly.
How do you know that your dog’s ear is inflamed? As a general rule, you should check the ear of your buddy once a week with the help of a flashlight. The ear of a healthy dog has a pink color, does not smell unpleasant and produces little ear wax. Regularly cleaning and nourishing your dog’s ear prevents infections, bacteria and mites in the ear canal.
There are some clear signs should pay attention to. If you scratch his ear and he suddenly cringes and the ear is red and swollen, it is most likely already inflamed. In case of severe inflammation, brown ear wax with unpleasant odor can also leave the ear. Then a visit to the veterinarian is absolutely mandatory!
MADE FROM COCONUT
- Helps to prevent ear irritation
- Less itching and dryness
- Minimize bacterial ear infections
- Reduce redness and inflammation
Coconut oil has a nourishing effect, prevents inflammation and inhibits the formation of germs. Coconut treatment activates your dog’s metabolism, accelerates internal cleansing and is beneficial for
avoiding ear mites, itching, eczema and fungal infections in dogs. The healthy minerals stimulate the immune system and support a better well-being, so your furry friend feels great again. Coconut penetrates deep into the skin, helping dry or inflamed skin regenerate externally, keeping it elastic, reducing rashes and relieving itching.
The inner ear must be handled with great care, as it is very sensitive and special care products like the Rockwell Pets Pro Natural Ear Cleaner should be used.
Cleaning and regularly maintaining a healthy dog ear: that’s how it works
- Apply Rockwell Pets Pro Natural Ear Cleaner on the cotton ball.
- Carefully cover the tip of the ear with your fingers and gently move it vertically away from the ear.
- Gently wipe the inside of the ear flap.
- Repeat as required.
- For best results we recommend 1 to 2 sessions per week.
ATTENTION: Under no circumstances use cotton swabs to clean the ear, since this condenses the ear wax and the eardrum of the dog can be seriously damaged.
Ingredients: Aqua, Coconut (Disodium Coco-Glucoside Citrate), Palm (Glycerin), Lemon Fragrance, Phenoxyethanol (less than 1%).
Indications: Specially formulated solution to clean, dry, and deodorize the ear canal.
Directions for Use: Shake well before usage. Then apply generously on cotton swab to gently wipe the inside of the ear flap. Reapply if needed. Apply for 3 days or until residue, odors and built-up are removed. Reapplication 1 to 2 times per week is recommended for best results.
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