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Cat Ear Cleaner

…often needed by cats prone to ear problems. Use Cat Ear Cleaner for regular maintenance or as needed. What is Cat Ear Cleaner used for? Most felines do not require regular ear cleaning and are not generally prone to ear discomfort in the way many dogs are. If you notice your cat repeatedly scratching the ears, it might be time to take action. A note from our Veterinarian... Cat Ear Cleaner was designed to gently clean the ears. The natural…

£19.95

Ear Clean Gold for Cats

…often needed by cats prone to ear issues. Use Ear Clean Gold for regular maintenance or as needed. What is Ear Clean Gold used for? Most felines do not require regular ear cleaning and are not generally prone to ear discomfort in the way many dogs are. If you notice your cat repeatedly scratching the ears, have a look inside. There may be different causes. Ear mites are a fairly common parasite found in the ears of cats. There will be a…

£38.95

Ear Care Gold for a Natural Solution to Cat Ear Comfort

…the ears. Unlike other products or medications that may suppress a reaction for a short-term solution, Ear Care Gold supports the natural immune function of the ears to help break the cycle. If you suspect or know that your cat has ear mites, you'll want to try Ear Clean Gold instead http://www.petwellbeing.com/products/cat-ear-mites. A note from our Veterinarian... You will need to clean the ear prior to using Ear Care Gold. With most ear

£37.95

Ear Clean Gold for Dogs

…in the ears and some canine breeds are certainly more prone to this. Ear scratching, head shaking, redness and swelling are all indications that your dog's ears are uncomfortable and require attention. Dogs with floppy or hairy ears are more likely to require regular ear cleaning, as are dogs that swim. Ear Clean Gold helps: * Dry out the ears * Change the pH in the ears Ear mites in dogs are most commonly passed on during contact with cats,

£38.95

Itch Support Gold for Cats

cat's normal environment: * It may be something your cat has come into physical contact with * It may be in your cat's diet * It may be something that has been inhaled (airborne) * It may be from a flea bite (usually from flea saliva) Naturally, the most beneficial approach is to limit exposure; however, there may be cases in which this is difficult (such as with pollen). Your cat may need support for: * The skin, could be dry or moist * Ears

£34.95
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