Hartz Ear Cleaner for Dogs & Cats

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Hartz Ear Cleaner for Dogs & Cats

This treatment applies to the following species:
Manufacturer: Hartz Mountain

cleans ear canal

removes harmful wax build-up & debris

with Aloe & Lanolin

helps soothe irritated skin.

- Gentle soothing ear cleaner with Aloe & Lanolin

- Removes harmful wax build-up and debris

- Helps reduce itching, scratching and head shaking

It is important to check your pet’s ears frequently for foreign bodies, but DO NOT OVERCLEAN as a certain amount of wax is needed to keep the ear tissue healthy.

Directions For Use

Use daily until ears are free of debris and wax and then continue once a week to prevent build-up. Apply liberally in ear. Gently massage the base of the ears. Wipe ears clean with soft cloth or cotton.

Hartz Ear Cleaner for Dogs & Cats Caution

Keep out of reach of children and pets.

Active Ingredient

Benzalkonium Chloride

0.30%

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Manufactured for The Hartz Mountain Corporation, 400 Plaza Drive, Secaucus, NJ 07094 U.S.A. and imported by Hartz Canada, Inc., 1125 Talbot, St., St. Thomas, Ontario N5P 3W7, Canada.

Hartz® is a trademark of The Hartz Mountain Corporation.

Net Wt

 

4 fl oz / 118 mL

507670

NAC No.: 10361980

THE HARTZ MOUNTAIN CORPORATION
400 PLAZA DRIVE, SECAUCUS, NJ, 07094-3688
Telephone:   201-271-4800
Technical Information:   800-275-1414
Fax:   201-271-0357
Website:   www.hartz.com
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