Feelgood Pets Ear Dr: Natural eardrops for ear infection & ear mites in pets
Natural eardrops for ear infection & ear mites in pets
Treat and prevent infections of the ear without any of the side-effects and adverse effects on immune functioning that antibiotics have with Feelgood Pets Ear Dr. A natural treatment for ear infections in dogs and cats.
Ear Dr. contains a blend of natural, herbal ingredients in a medicinal olive oil base, all specially selected to treat as well as prevent ear infections (including fungal infections) and ear mites without the side effects of antibiotics. It can provide safe yet effective relief for your pet's ear problems and can also help to prevent recurring ear infections, thereby reducing the need for repeated courses of antibiotics.
- Relieves ear infections in dogs, cats and other pets
- Treats ear mite infestation
- Reduces inflammation of the ears
- Reduces pain, itching and discomfort and prevents constant scratching of ears
- Helps to prevent chronic recurring ear infections
- Reduces the need for antibiotics
Read more about pet ear infections here: https://4apet.co.za/blogs/news/ear-infections-in-pets
The natural way
As ear infections are so often treated with antibiotics, chronic and recurrent ear infections are a growing problem and usually occur with decreased immune functioning - a frequent side-effect of antibiotic drugs. In addition, bacteria become resistant to antibiotics, meaning that conventional treatment may become less effective over time.
Natural remedies can treat and prevent infections of the ear without any of the side-effects and adverse effects on immune functioning that antibiotics have.
How can Ear Dr help?
Ear Dr. contains a blend of natural, herbal ingredients in a medicinal olive oil base, all specially selected to treat and prevent ear infections (including fungal infections) and ear mites without the side effects of prescription drugs or the health and environmental risks associated with commercial synthetic pesticides.
Ear Dr. can provide safe yet effective relief for your pet's ear problems and can also help to prevent recurring ear infections, thereby reducing the need for repeated courses of antibiotics.
What are the ingredients?
Ear Dr. Ear Drops contain the following 100% natural ingredients extracted in a medicinal olive oil base:
- Melaleuca alternifolia is also known as Tea Tree Oil and is widely used for external inflammation and to treat various skin conditions. This oil has outstanding anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and healing properties. Tea Tree Oil will soothe and reduce inflammation in the ear as well as treat any bacterial, fungal or mite infection that is present.
- Rosmarinus officinale (Rosemary) is well-known as a topical pain reliever and antiseptic/disinfectant herb. Several of the compounds in rosemary have also been shown to have anti-inflammatory effects.
- Calendula officinalis (Marigold) is an herbal ingredient used to treat skin problems and promote healing of wounds. It is an excellent anti-inflammatory and prevents infection with its anti-bacterial, anti-viral and anti-fungal properties. Marigold has been shown to assist the regeneration of damaged skin tissue.
- Verbascum thapsus is an anti-inflammatory and antiseptic herb. Verbascum thapsus is also good for healing of skin when applied topically and has a long history of use for ear conditions and in natural ear drops.
How do I use Ear Dr?
The ingredients of Ear Dr Ear Drops. are presented in a soothing olive oil base.
Directions: Hold your pet's head slightly to one side and allow the drops to fall into the ear canal. Massage gently to spread the oil into the ear canal. Repeat 2 - 3 times daily for about 7 - 10 days. Re-apply at the very first signs of re-infection. In the case of chronic ear problems, apply once or twice weekly as a preventative once the acute infection has cleared up.
Cats and small dogs: 2-3 drops in the affected ear.
Medium-large dogs: 3-5 drops in the affected ear.
Note: For external use only. Please consult your veterinarian should symptoms persist. May be used together Immunity & Liver Support for natural antibiotic effect.
Caution: For external use only. Please consult your veterinarian should symptoms persist.
Some helpful tips for pet ear care
- Ear infections may occur as an isolated disease but are very often associated with general skin disorders. Certainly a grass seed in the ear or a case of ear mites will be localized to the ears but more often than not, with chronic ear conditions there is another, often less obvious cause.
- By adopting a holistic approach to your pet’s health and examining all factors that influence your pet’s wellbeing a happy, healthy pet will result.
- Ear infections are often triggered by allergic reactions either to something in your pet’s diet or something, such as pollen, within the environment. Ear disease as an extension of generalised skin disease is a challenging treatment. By identifying the triggers of ear infections (such as an intolerance to a preservative or colourant in the diet or an allergy to wheat or maize) you will be one step closer to owning a pet with happy healthy ears!
- Today’s rushed, overprocessed lifestyle puts strain on our pet’s immune systems and predisposes them to developing allergies and succumbing to infections
- By feeding a diet free of colourants and preservatives and one that approximates the diet that they would eat in the wild you are less likely to have a pet that suffers from dietary intolerances. Try Vondi's Natural Cooked Food or Doggobone Active Raw Food - both available from the Feelgood Health shop in Westlake, Cape Town
- Add Skin and Coat Tonic to your pet’s ear treatment program for optimal healing. The environment of the ears is part of your pet's skin. A glossy coat will be an added benefit.
- A last note: Do not be tempted to stick ear buds or anything similar in your pet’s ears, you will only do damage.
Disclaimer: This medicine has not been evaluated by the Medicines Control Council. This medicine is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any illness. Please consult your veterinarian if symptoms persist.