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Maxi-Guard Zn 4.5 Otic (2 oz)
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Maxi-Guard Zn 4.5 Otic (2 oz)

Item: M021878
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Description

MAXI GUARD Zn 4.5 Otic provides veterinary medicine with its first complexed zinc ear care topical for otitis externa. The patented formula, developed at the University of Missouri Health Sciences Center, delivers the essential micronutrient zinc, complexed with select amino acids and the proven Malassezia agent, Boric Acid. Active ingredients are delivered in a well tolerated propylene glycol vehicle at a pH of 4.5.

Ingredients

Ingredients: Deionized Water, Zinc Gluconate, Boric Acid, L-lysine, Proplene Glycol, Taurine, Methylparaben, Propyparaben

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By Gianne H.
axi Guard ZN
April 24, 2011
I have used this product or the formula w/o the zinc for over 20 years and my cats, dog, and I love it! They don\'t mind it like they do some of the other ear preparations which hurt their ears if their ears are infected or inflamed or just delicate. This cleans their ear canals thoroughly and simply without you dangerously sticking a swab or Q-tip in the ear which can cause abrasions to the ear canal or even taking the chance of damaging their ear drums! It is entirely possible to do this damage to their ears if your pet is fighting you to get down or if you miscalculate the depth of their ear canal and puncture their ear drum which can cause a lifetime of severe pain for them. Routine cleaning with the Maxi-Guard ZN Otic is a breeze and you\'ll never be sorry you purchased or used this. Amazingly enough,it doesn\'t take much to fill up their ear canal and then all you need to do is gently massage at the base of their ears for a minute or so. I do one ear at a time rather than filling up both ears, otherwise you will just waste the one ear canal full of solution when they shake their head to get all of it out after I have gently wiped it out of their ear canal. I always keep a washcloth on hand to cover their ears so that the debris doesn\'t get thrown around the area where you are cleaning their ears. The likelihood of this happening if you keep your cats ears clean is very minimal!!
If their ears are very dirty with debris that keeps returning you may want to have the Veterinarian check them out in cases they need medicine! Then start on a routine schedule once they are better. Maybe they\'ll mind you now they can hear you...Nahh, can\'t see that happening! LOL

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