Why and When to Clean Your Cat’s Ears
While some cats require little or no attention in the ear department, others can have quite a few infections and are prone to wax and dirt collection. Luckily, cleaning your cat’s ears is not painful, especially if they are already used to being groomed.
Zymox Otic Pet Ear Treatment with Hydrocortisone
Zymox ear treatment has been on the top in terms of ratings from pet parents. This is due to the fact that it treats both fungal and bacterial infections. It’s available in variants that contain different percentages of hydrocortisone, which reduces itching and swelling. You can even find a version without hydrocortisone.
Dechra TrizChlor Flush for Dogs and Cats
As an anti-bacterial liquid, this was developed to treat skin and ear conditions. It’s a great choice if your veterinarian’s diagnosis is staph or another infection that responds to chlorhexidine. The water-based formula is perfect as it doesn’t irritate lesions or abrasions. You can also get it in a wipe form.
Dechra TrizUltra and Keto Flush
Another multipurpose anti-bacterial, anti-microbial, and anti-fungal flush we have here. It is even used as a pre-treatment and should be applied 15–30 minutes before an additional topical antibiotic treatment. It’s fragrance-free and contains the active ingredient ketoconazole, an anti-fungal.
Dr. Gold’s Ear Therapy for Cats and Dogs
This extremely popular formula disinfects, cleans, and deodorizes the ear canal. Having both anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties it can effectively treat both fungal and yeast infections. It’s also alcohol-free, which minimizes irritation to your cat’s sensitive ears.