this product is highly toxic according to the many warnings on the label. it says avoid contact with skin, so why would you put it in an ear?
by poodle_runner on 06/13/2010
I would have to agree that it is hard to tell how much solution made it into my 3 cat's ears. It is very difficult to hold my cat's head still for 5 minutes after application as the instructions advise... I'm also very nervous that one of my cat's will get sick from grooming each other even after I wiped away the solution as there still appears to be residue. If it works it'll all be worth it though!
by Biran on 06/27/2009
Used on my 2 new kittens, messy and made them hide. I am unsure of amt put in ears and I'm hoping it works so I wont have to repeat.
by Anonymous Pet Parent on 09/25/2008
One application and my cat is no longer itching at his ear...total indoor cat but have been told that even through screens they can get these.
by Robertmy_cat_owns_me on 07/18/2008
The first thing I noticed is the bottle is very hard to squeeze. So while I'm wrestling with the bottle, my puppy is squirming. She had it on top of her head and all over her ears. Don't know how I kept it out of her e1. After waiting another day and trying again, it really didn't go much better. She isn't scratching her ears or shaking her head as much but she still does it every once in awhile. I would recommend the manufacturer put it in an easier bottle to dispense. It was really hard to tell exactly how much product really made it into her ear canal so that might be the problem too. I'll try again.
by Bobbi_owned_by_a_chihuahua on 05/27/2008
With just one application of the ear mite treatment, my cat Toby, has not been pawing at his ears! Thank you Pet Care RX.Diane
by Diane_Coordinator on 05/19/2008
I have 2 cats that are currently facing ear mite issues. I purchased this product and used as directed. Be especially careful to remove all solution that the cat shakes out. My cat tried to clean his face afterwards and he started foaming at the mouth from a reaction. He is feeling horrible and won't do anything. If this persists I will be taking him to the animal hospital.
by Liz on 04/01/2008