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    Does anyone know a good ear solution to dry up water. Occasionally, I would get water inside their ears even with cotton balls Just want to protect them from any possible yeast infection.. Im looking at Nature's Specialities ear cleaner. Any recommendations?

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    My favorite is Oxyfresh ear cleaner. It dries but doesn't have any alcohol to irritate those icky ears. I used to use it on my daughter's ears after swimming cause she was prone to swimmer's ear.

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    • #3
      here are a couple good ones
      http://www.groomerschoice.com/PPP-Ea...uctinfo/PP567/

      kvsupply.com/browse/Home/Pet/Dog/Ear-Care/ADL-Foaming-Ear-Cleanser/D/30100/P/1:1:100:200:10000:10900/I/50133[/url] followed by
      [url]http://www.kvsupply.com/browse/Home/Pet/Dog/Ear-Care/ADL-Ear-Flushing-Drying-Lotion/D/30100/P/1:1:100:200:10000:10900/I/50134

      the last 2 combined are the best I have found
      Last edited by pooh13; 02-20-10, 05:58 PM.

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      • #4
        I worked for a few vets as a vet tech and really the only one I trust is called OtiRinse I have to buy it on petmeds and it costs me but I have tried several other brands only for the dogs to end up with yeast infections. Plus, I do like the way it smells I get lots of compliments on it

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        • #5
          Apple Cider Vinegar

          I have used straight apple cider vingar for years and it drys quickly as well as keeps the innter ear pH balance. I use it myself to keep my ears dry and keeps ear infections in check.

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          • #6
            I use Davis and seldom have ear problems ever show up, unless the dog has already existing problems, and Davis helps a lot.

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            • #7
              Ear Flush Solution- Apple Cider Vinegar

              Originally posted by maryellen1952 View Post
              I have used straight apple cider vingar for years and it drys quickly as well as keeps the innter ear pH balance. I use it myself to keep my ears dry and keeps ear infections in check.
              Do you flush it into the ears and then wipe it off?

              This sounds interesting. Thank you.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by SCGroomer View Post
                I worked for a few vets as a vet tech and really the only one I trust is called OtiRinse I have to buy it on petmeds and it costs me but I have tried several other brands only for the dogs to end up with yeast infections. Plus, I do like the way it smells I get lots of compliments on it
                Every where I looked this product has been discontinued?????

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                • #9
                  I have used the ProEar cleaner by Pet Edge for years and have always had good results. I have had clients get their dogs bathed and groomed the day of or day before their vet appts, and said that the vet commented on how nice the ears were.

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                  • #10
                    Puppy Love- There are 2 types. Do you get the alcohol-free or the medicated one? I need to flush out any water inside the dogs ears.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by PPGroom View Post
                      Puppy Love- There are 2 types. Do you get the alcohol-free or the medicated one? I need to flush out any water inside the dogs ears.
                      Actually they are both listed as "professional medicated cleaner & deodorant" but 1 has alcohol and 1 does not. I use the one WITH the alcohol. I'm not sure the other one would dry out the water in the ears.

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                      • #12
                        How about "Swimmers Ear" from Wal-Mart

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by PoodlePoofer View Post
                          How about "Swimmers Ear" from Wal-Mart
                          That could get really expensive if you do several dogs per day....Plus, always better to use a "pet" product than a "human" product. The PetEdge ear cleaner is pretty affordable by the gallon.

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                          • #14
                            always get the alcohol or witch hazel based formulas as both will help dry the ear canal .I prefer foaming ear wash..

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