Ear Infections in Cats — At-Home Treatment
How to Treat Ear Infections in Cats from Home
Ear infections in cats are one of the most common reasons for vet visits. Symptoms include unusually smelly, itchy, or dirty ears and they may also show signs of irritation such as redness.
If your cat has these symptoms, he has an ear infection, and while taking him to the the veterinarian may well get the job done, for many people this is not an option. Treating cats for ear infections at home is something any pet owner can do quickly and inexpensively without the need for office visits and lab testing.
While the vet may prescribe oral antibiotics for your cat, most of the time these are not necessary. The reason is simple: treating an acute cat ear infection—one which is located in the ear canal—with a systemic drug has little or no effect on the infection.
The EcoEars treatment is different—it is highly effective and is guaranteed to work or your money back.
We developed EcoEars with a wide range of powerful natural plant extracts–with each one targeting specific ear infections in cats. As a result, EcoEars is effective on the vast majority of cat ear infections including mites, yeast infections, and a wide range of bacterial infections.
In addition to killing parasites and bacteria, EcoEars lowers the pH in your cat’s ear slightly which makes the ear environment far less susceptible to recurring infections.
When you use EcoEars, you’ll notice the symptoms begin to improve in 1-2 days and be gone in a few days. (You should always continue treatment according to the instructions on the label.) Will it work? It is extremely likely. If it doesn’t, we offer a 100% money-back guarantee.
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Craig is a lifelong pet owner and dog advocate with a special interest in animal and human longevity. He founded Vet Organics to develop an affordable, all-natural, safe and effective ear infection remedy for his dog, Lucy, whose chronic ear problems could not be solved by the vet.