Clean Ear with Aloe Vera

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Clean Ear with Aloe Vera

This treatment applies to the following species:
Manufacturer: Vedco

CLEANS, DRIES, ACIDIFIES, DEODORIZES

FOR USE IN DOGS & CATS

Keep out of reach of children

Vedco Clean Ear with Aloe Vera is specially formulated to deodorize and gently clean, dry and acidify the ear canal. This provides an ideal environment for healthy ears.

INGREDIENTS: Deionized Water, Propylene Glycol, Aloe Vera Gel, SD Alcohol 40-2, Lactic Acid, Glycerin, Dioctyl Sodium Sulfosuccinate, Salicylic Acid, Fragrance, Benzoic Acid, Benzyl Alcohol.

Clean Ear with Aloe Vera Caution

For topical use only. Avoid contact with eyes.

Directions For Use

Apply liberally into the ear canal. Massage the base of the ear. Allow pet to shake head. Clean excess with a cotton ball. If excessively dirty ears; apply 2-3 times daily over several days. For maintenance of healthy ears; 1-2 times weekly or as often as recommended by your veterinarian.

Always apply after swimming.

Storage

Store at controlled room temperature.

SOLD EXCLUSIVELY THROUGH VETERINARIANS.

Distributed By: VEDCO, INC., St. Joseph, MO 64507

Net Contents

NDC #

8 FL. OZ. (240mL) - For animal use only

50989-706-24

1 Gallon (3.875 mL) - For veterinarian use only

50989-622-29

NAC No.: 10942900

VEDCO, INC.
5503 CORPORATE DR., ST. JOSEPH, MO, 64507
Telephone:   816-238-8840
Toll-Free:   888-708-3326 (888-70VEDCO)
Fax:   816-238-1837
Website:   www.vedco.com
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