Discharges and deposits in the ear can provide important bodily protection for your cat or dog, helping to protect against bacteria and fungi, amongst other things. However, too much of these deposits can lead to ear infections, which are particularly unpleasant for your pet. This Otifree Ear Cleaning Solution can offer great relief for pets, particularly some dog breeds that are prone to ear infections. It can be used to regularly care for sensitive feline and canine ears. Otifree Ear Cleaning Solution is for both dogs and cats and can offer a solution for build-ups, deposits and secretions in the ear, thanks to its softening, moisturising properties. It combines propyplene glycol with calendula to have a gentle ear-cleaning effect. Calendula is particularly well-known for its healing, antiseptic and softening properties. Otifree Ear Cleaning Solution helps to moisten the upper layer of the skin, softening and improving future resilience. Otifree Ear Cleaning Solution is suitable for regular cleaning, once or twice per week, or for helping to treat Otitis externa, also known as “swimmer’s ear”. Otifree Ear Cleaning Solution at a glance: Ear cleaning solution for dogs and cats Removes blockages caused by earwax, deposits and secretions Contains propylene glycol and marigold: gentle cleaning solution Medicinal calendula: antiseptic and healing, with softening properties For regular hygiene or treatment of Otitis externa Pleasant to use: bottle with soft dropper tube Intended use: For dogs and cats: - regular ear cleaning - preparing and cleaning the outer ear canal for treatment of Otitis externa. Usage instructions: Put 1 or 2 drops of the solution in each ear. Massage the ear from the base upwards, so that the liquid can move up and start to flow, helping to release any dirt particles in the ear. The intensity of the massage will depend on the sensitivity of the ear pain. The liquid should then leave the ear and can be removed with a cotton pad. Deep-seated particles can be dislodged with a shake of the head. Heavy build-ups can be treated again using the same cleaning process. Cleaning should be done once or twice per week for normal hygiene purposes.