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Ear Care Gold for Cat Ear Infections

…recurrent infections since it supports the ears' normal acid balance. Once the normal, healthy pH is reestablished, it is much harder for bacterial or fungal agents to infect the ears. Unlike other products or medications that may suppress inflammation for a short-term solution, Ear Care Gold supports the natural immune function of the ears to help break the cycle of recurring ear infections. If you suspect or know that your cat has ear

$37.95

Ear Clean Gold for Cats

…your cat. What are ear mites? Mites spend most of their life living inside your cat’s ears. Because outward signs are not always apparent, it is important to have your veterinarian check your cat’s ears at each regular check up. If untreated, feline ear mites can cause an ear infection because bacteria will have access to the ear tissue through abrasions (tiny holes) made by the mites. Because the ear mites are irritating, many cats

$38.95

Itch Support Gold for Cats

…dry/flakey skin or scabbing * Itchy ears (and possible ear infections) * Swollen and itchy paws The itching may be all over the body or localized in one area. Your cat's behavior may also change, since a constant state of itchy discomfort can quickly lead to irritability, disrupted sleep, exhaustion and snapping. If repeated scratching causes the skin to break, this can create an opportunity for an infection. Rather than mask or temporarily…

$34.95

Ear Clean Gold for Dogs

…discomfort 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 mites in dogs are most commonly passed on during contact with cats, while indoors or outdoors. The ears will be uncomfortable…

$38.95

Itchy Owie Quick-Dry Gel for cat skin problems

…freezer. * Is your cat bored, frustrated or irritable? Sometimes, psychologically-based issues can cause a pet to scratch. Over scratching can lead to abrasions that can become infected. * Parasites? Fleas, mange and ringworm require treatment specific to the type of parasite your pet has. Seek the consultation of your veterinarian for solutions. If your pet has discomfort or parasites such as ear mites in the ears, please see…

$34.95
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