Vet Organics Natural Multi-Symptom Dog Ear Cleanser

Last updated date: September 21, 2020

DWYM Score
9.1

Vet Organics Natural Multi-Symptom Dog Ear Cleanser

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Overall Take

This cleanser is a good all-around preventative treatment. Results can be seen in as few as two days for some ailments or irritations. The ingredient list is free of steroids or harsh chemicals, but it is strong enough to treat infections or inflammation. In our analysis of 20 expert reviews, the Vet Organics Vet Organics Natural Multi-Symptom Dog Ear Cleanser placed 3rd when we looked at the top 7 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

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Expert Summarized Score
8.3
4 expert reviews
User Summarized Score
9.0
6,231 user reviews
Our Favorite Video Reviews
What experts liked
Can be used to clear up infections or prevent ear problems. A natural formula that's free from antibiotics, steriods, harsh chemicals and other questionable ingredients. Many see significant results in 2 days or less, although can take up to 10 days to totally clear.
- BestReviews
Contains natural ingredients, works in 7 to 10 days, washes away multiple symptoms, helps maintain healthy ears.
- Doggie Designer
This safe and effective ear cleaner washes away pathogens, grime, and most other common invaders in a dog’s ears. It also helps eliminate wax buildup, inflammation, and redness in the ear canal.The all-natural formula contains no pharmaceuticals, synthetic chemicals, steroids, solvents, or antibiotics. This means that it’s safe for use on dogs with sensitive skin.
- Pup Life Today
For itchy ears, bad ear smell, and dirty ear discharge due to mites, bacteria, parasites, yeast and fungal infections. All natural, pharmaceutical and chemical free ear care formula
- Dog Lovers Pup
What experts didn't like
Does not come with a dropper for dispensing. May make dog's ears and fur sticky.
- BestReviews
Contains alcohol, may have an unpleasant scent.
- Doggie Designer

From The Manufacturer

EcoEars for Dogs by Vet Organics is an all natural dog ear cleaner that brings your pet fast relief from painful, itchy or smelly ear infections. EcoEars has helped over 100,000 dogs get fast, safe, effective relief from both chronic and one-time ear infections.

Overall Product Rankings

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Overall Score: 9.6
Expert Reviews: 2
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Overall Score: 9.2
Expert Reviews: 1
Vet Organics Natural Multi-Symptom Dog Ear Cleanser
3. Vet Organics Natural Multi-Symptom Dog Ear Cleanser
Overall Score: 9.1
Expert Reviews: 4
Lively Pets Broad Spectrum Dog Ear Cleanser
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Overall Score: 8.7
Expert Reviews: 0
Nutri-Vet Dirt & Wax Dog Ear Cleanser
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Overall Score: 8.6
Expert Reviews: 1
ZYMOX Otic Hydrocortisone Dog Ear Cleanser
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Overall Score: 8.4
Expert Reviews: 5
Pet MD Otic Dog Ear Cleanser Wipes
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Overall Score: 8.3
Expert Reviews: 3

An Overview On Dog Ear Cleansers

If you’ve got a dog, you know those ears of theirs work overtime. Toddlers can use them as horsey reins and yet they’ll still perk up at the sound of steps on the front porch.

You can imagine what it feels like when those sensitive ears get infected, irritated with parasites or clogged up with dirt. Most likely, your pup will let you know exactly how it feels when that happens. Constant scratching or a shaking head can be signs of a bacterial infection, and an odor or dark discharge can signal a yeast infection or infestation by ear mites.

Whether they’re already at that sad stage or you want to prevent it from happening, regular applications of a good dog ear cleanser can help.

There are a wide variety of cleansers on the market, made with a range of ingredients. Some are best suited to tackle bacterial infections, while others are meant to soothe inflammation or remove fungus. If you’re using them as a preventative measure, it’s best to get a broad-based cleanser with a lighter formula that’s less likely to cause discomfort. If you’re treating a specific problem, it’s always best to consult with your vet, who will likely have some recommendations.

Most dog ear cleansers will come in a tube or bottle, either as a liquid solution or some type or cream or foam. These will likely save you some money since a few drops is all you may need for each application. Some can also be used externally for other inflamed areas. On the other hand, not every dog takes well to having liquid squirted in their ear.

In that case, there are cleansing wipes available. You’ll need to do some work getting into those ears, but make sure not to push too hard with these. You don’t want to exacerbate your dog’s problem by pushing any dirt or debris further into the ear canal.

No matter what, you’ll want to avoid using any cleanser with an alcohol base. That will irritate your dog’s ear no matter what the underlying problem, and make them less amenable to future cleanings. Likewise for “home remedies” like hydrogen peroxide. These work fine for cuts on humans but will sting a dog’s sensitive ears.

DWYM Fun Fact

There is a Guinness world record for longest ears on a dog. That title is held by a bloodhound from St. Joseph, Illinois. His family called him Tigger, though a better name might have been “Dumbo”: Tigger’s impressive, floppy ears measured in at 13.75 and 13.5 inches for the right and left ears respectively.

The Dog Ear Cleanser Buying Guide

Once you’ve chosen a cleanser, how do you go about cleaning your dog’s ears? Depending on how bad their ears are, you may want to do set up for the process outside, or in the bathroom. If you’re using a liquid, apply the recommended dosage and don’t be shy about using treats if your pup is skittish about the process. Massage the ears gently for awhile so that the solution can loosen any debris. Feel free to go in with some gauze or a cleansing wipe no further than a knuckle, and carefully clean any loose material out. Your dog will probably want to have a good shake afterward, and that can help. Just make sure you stand clear, or protect yourself with a towel!

If you’re cleaning as a preventative measure, once a month is standard, but different breeds (especially those with long ears) may need more care. Consult with your veterinarian about your pet’s specific needs.