With Ariel being mere inches from the ground, she gets dirt, sand, and germs in her ears, and then they have a tendency to bother her and eventually have an odor, We do a weekly or bi-weekly cleaning but she wants no part in it, as soon as she sees me grab the cotton balls or even hears me mention the word “clean ears” she is under the bed hiding, I do not wish to do this to her so often but with her being a Tibetan Spaniel and so low to the ground it is a MUST. I don’t particularly like putting anything in her ears and I can’t just take her to the groomers or the vets each time to have her ears cleaned , that would be costly , So being the responsible Dog mom that I am I clean her ears, and living here in Florida on a windy day or just any day , we get sand everywhere and when Ariel is outside playing her ear flaps lift up and then particles of dirt, sand, and nasty germs get stuck to the inside of her ears, this I know causes her discomfort , she is scratching and rubbing them on the carpet or hard floor , So when I found out about EARoma ThEARapy I just had to try it out 1. For its ingredients
Distilled Water, Herbal Extracts (Mullein, Chamomile, Witch Hazel Leaf, Slippery Elm Bark, Elecampane, Soapwort, Witch Hazel, Pau D’Arco Bark), Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Powder, Essential Oils (Eucalyptus, Lemongrass, Tea Tree), Citric Acid, Potassium Sorbate, Vegetable Glycerin
2. It is sprayable, so easy to use I don’t have to sit there and make sure that I have 2-3 drops in the dropper tube and then hope that I don’t put in too little or too much in each ear, and it fights BACTERIAL, VIRAL, FUNGAL, AND MICROBIAL infections and is veterinarian & groomer recommended.
3 It smells so good and leaves Ariel’s ears smelling of Lemongrass and Eucalyptus so much better than the stench of germs and dirt. I could not believe the amount of guck that I got just from one wipe with the cotton ball that was inside her ear, *shudders* grossed me out , but that is a good thing because I knew they were clean and fresh smelling
Now as I have mentioned we live in Florida, we practically have pollen all year around and that sticks to the paws and pads of her feet, which I’m sure can be bothersome and irritating to her, I often hear her licking and gnawing at them at night, not a sound that I want to be constantly be hearing , I do get a warm washcloth and clean the pads of her feet and get in between her toes but she does not like her feet being touched all that often, and nor does she like them moist , so I also saw that there was a product called Tender Paws this is great for paw licking and hot spots, she does have a place that she gnaws at , and that is the base of her tail, where it some what drags when she squats to use the bathroom, and I have seen little particles of pollen and dirt there and once again out the comes the washcloth to clean, which to most of her protest she does not care for, but what dog does like someone messing with their bum every time they come inside the house, I sprayed this on her paws and pads to help draws out toxins, moisturizes paw pads, and resolves urges for licking and chewing. which it did, she has not licked since I applied it to her, and 1 spritz near the base of her tail, that she has left alone since using this, I think I saw a smile of relief. Now if you have cats, spray this away from them or in another room until it dries. this is only intended for dogs.
I liked this product also do to the
Distilled Water, Essential Oil Blend (safflower, avocado, flax seed, vitamin E, tea tree, lavender), Leaf & Flower Extracts (Aloe, Neem, Pau D’Arco, Nettle, Amica, Chamomile, Calendula, Comfrey), Wheat Protein, Grapefruit seed extract, Potassium sorbate.
also, it is non-toxic, which is a big selling point for me and other dog moms and dads out there
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