PetArmor® Medicated Ear Rinse for Dogs and Cats
Help ensure your cat’s ears are healthy with PetArmor Medicated Ear Rinse. This dual-action rinse kills both yeast and odor-causing bacteria while gently cleaning away dirt, wax and damaged tissues in your cat’s ears. Use PetArmor Medicated Ear Rinse to eliminate your cat’s head shaking and ear scratching caused by dirty or inflamed ears.
Ear problems are the second-leading cause of veterinary visits. The PetArmor Medicated Ear Rinse kills bacteria and yeast that cause infections, as well as prevent bacterial growth. It comes in a convenient, easy-to-use squeeze bottle with a narrow tip for controlled application.
How to Use
Using PetArmor Medicated Ear Rinse at home is easy. Just follow these steps each time you use the product.
Before You Use
Correct usage starts with purchasing the correct product.
For best results, try to find a time when your pet is relaxed. Offer treats to help your pet associate treatments with something good.
Caution: A perforated ear drum in your pet is a painful and dangerous condition. An ear drum that ruptures as a result of fluid buildup or infection can lead to a more severe infection, hearing loss and deafness. Symptoms may include pain, not eating, shaking and scratching the head and bleeding. You may also see and smell a discharge from the ears. Contact your veterinarian immediately.
Read the entire label carefully before using any product on your cat. For additional help or more information, our social care team is available to answer your questions Mon-Friday, 8am to 4pm CST. Or you can call us at 1-800-224-7387.
Applying the Product
- Shake well.
- Fill the ear canal with Medicated Ear Rinse.
- Gently massage at the base of the ear until you hear a squishing sound.
- Continue this for 3 to 4 minutes, and then allow your pet to shake its head to loosen the debris.
- Use cotton balls to gently wipe the inside surface of the ear flap.
Repeat as necessary or as directed by your veterinarian.
Ear conditions may start to improve within 48 hours of initial treatment. If the condition persists, contact your veterinarian. If your pet is not eating or drinking normally, contact your veterinarian.
Frequently Asked Questions
No. PetArmor Ear Rinse should not be used on pregnant or lactating cats.
Yes. But as with a cat of any age, if the condition worsens contact your veterinarian.
PetArmor Ear Rinse can be used for gentle flushing and cleansing of skin and ears in conditions where an antibacterial or antifungal formulation is indicated.
Use PetArmor Ear Rinse weekly or as recommended by a veterinarian.
If your pet is on medication or has skin issues, we recommend you consult your veterinarian.
For any questions regarding PetArmor products, our social care team is available to answer your questions Mon-Friday, 8am to 4pm CST. Or you can call us 24 hours, seven days a week at 1-800-224-7387.