What to Do When Your Spaniel Has Smelly Ears

Q: My cocker spaniel has smelly ears. What should I do?

A: Spaniels, like other long ear breeds are more susceptible to ear issues because the long floppy create a moist environment suitable for ear infections and other problems.

If your Spaniel has smelly ears, you are not alone. In fact, we had Cocker Spaniels growing up as kids. The long floppy ears common to the breed are really cute, but they help to promote ear problems. While there are many possible causes for smelly ears, we are proud to have a natural product that eliminates most of them.

EcoEars is an all natural disinfecting ear cleaner that works on the root cause of the problem, not just the smell. EcoEars has helped so many customers with Spaniels solve their smelly ear problems.

Cocker Spaniels, Springer Spaniels, Cavalier King Charles Spaniels–sooner or later their ears get smelly, itchy, or gunky. What happens is that the long ears of these breeds ensure a moist and warm environment which is perfect for bacteria and yeast and other parasites. Something is colonizing them, causing the smell.

Your options are:

1. Go to the vet for professional treatment or
2. Treat it yourself at home quickly, easily and inexpensively.

Many of our customers have tried the vet option before finding EcoEars, often many times, but when you choose option 2, you will save alot of time and money.

EcoEars works quickly and gently and is extremely effective and easy to use. Simply fill the ear canal, massage the base of the ear gently for 2 minutes, and dry the excess with a paper towel.

By formulating EcoEars with a broad spectrum of powerful natural ingredients–with each one targeting specific infections–we have created a product which is effective on the vast majority of dog ear infections. It has been used successfully on mites, yeast infections, and a wide range of bacterial infections. In addition to killing parasites and bacteria, EcoEars lowers the pH in your dog’s ear slightly which makes the ear environment far less susceptible to recurring infections.

When you use EcoEars, you’ll notice the smell and other symptoms begin to improve in 1-2 days and be gone in a few days. (You should always complete the treatment according to the directions on the label.) Will it work? It is extremely likely and Spaniel owners are among our best customers. And if it doesn’t work, we offer a 100% no-questions-asked, money-back guarantee.

Ready to treat those smelly ears? Click the Order Now button below and we’ll have your order packaged up and on its way to your door in 1 business day or less.

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What to Do When Your Spaniel Has Smelly Ears обновлено: June 30, 2015 автором: admin_1
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*Results may vary based on factors such as age, size and physical condition of your pet.
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