A non-toxic, no-sting, antimicrobial ear cleanser for pets: Dr. Emmo’s Ear Care Rinse Review

By Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Good girl, Ari!

It was love at first sight….. the packaging caught my eye at SuperZoo! I love Dr. Emmo’s line of pet first aid products, but to be sure they were Chilly-worthy, I asked my fabulous “Marketing Mutt”, Meredith Schneider to give the products a try.  So, in her words, with help from 2 year old, female pit mix, Ari, here’s the scoop!

With two floppy-eared dogs in our family, we’re used to dealing with frequent (and costly) vet visits for ear infections. Most of the ear washes/rinses I’ve used in the past were prescription products (read: expensive), so I was thrilled when I received a bottle of Dr. Emmo’s Ear Care Rinse to test on my pups.

Part of the Dr. Emmo’s Pet-Clenz line of pet first aid products, the Ear Care Rinse (MSRP $12.99 – 4 oz. bottle) is a no-sting antimicrobial cleanser that breaks down and removes wax, debris and irritants from the ear canal and can help prevent ear infections and related problems. The all-natural, antibiotic-free formula kills infection-causing bacteria with safe hypochlorous acid and can be used as often as needed to help maintain clean and odor-free ears. It’s also non-toxic, so no need to worry if your dog tries to paw it out of his ears then lick his feet (like mine does). The solution can be administered by either applying it to a cotton ball or (gently) squirting it directly into your dog’s ear – another huge benefit for me, since my dogs will bolt at the first sight of a cotton ball.

Other first aid products by Dr. Emmo’s include the Wound Care Wash (MSRP $14.99 – 8 oz. spray bottle) and Wound Care Spray Gel (MSRP $14.99 – 4 oz. spray bottle). All of Dr. Emmo’s first aid products use Pet-Clenz technology to fight infections caused by bacteria, viruses and fungi. The safe and highly effective Pet-Clenz technology seeks out pathogens then surrounds and kills them using hypochlorous acid.

For more information about Dr. Emmo’s Ear Care Rinse or other Pet-Clenz first aid products, visit Dr. Emmo’s website or connect with the company on Facebook or Twitter.