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Ear Wash with Tea Tree Oil For Dogs & CatsThis treatment applies to the following species:
Natural formula for cleaning the ear canal.
Available Through Veterinarians Only
To open pierce tip with pin. Point spout lip into ear canal. Squeeze bottle to release enough drops to partially fill the ear canal. Gently massage the base of the ear canal to help loosen wax. Remove liquid, dissolved wax and dirt with cotton balls or facial tissue. Repeat as needed. Do not use cotton swabs or insert pointed objects into the ear.
Witch Hazel, Deionized Water, Glycerine, Boric Acid, Tea Tree Oil, Polysorbate 80, Echinacea Extract and Natural Coloring.
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A gentle yet effective formula designed to help dissolve ear wax and remove foreign debris.
It can be used as often as needed and is especially recommended after bathing and swimming.
For use on dogs and cats only.
Keep out of reach of children.
Cautions: Do not use on infected ears. Consult veterinarian for help in diagnosing ear infections. If mite infestation is suspected as evidenced by ear scratching, head shaking, redness, scaling or presence of mite debris, use a registered miticide.
MADE IN U.S.A.
Manufactured By: Garmon Corporation, 27461-B Diaz Road, Temecula, CA. 92590
NET WT. 4 OZ.(118 ML)
NAC No.: 6209007.1
A division of Garmon Corporation
27461 VIA INDUSTRIA, TEMECULA, CA, 92590
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