Sentry HC EARMITE Free Medication for Ear Mites for Cats, 1-oz bottleBy Sentry
About This Item
- Kills ear mites and ticks with active ingredients pyrethrin and piperonyl butoxide
- Contains soothing aloe for quick relief of itchiness
- Stops itchy ears caused by mites
- Water-based, non-oily formula
- Effective, fast, and easy to use
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I used this product on my severely mite infected rabbit's ears and the ear mites were gone in five days. I don't know why other people didn't get rid of the mites in their pets. This product is recommended for cats; however, the product that is for rabbits has the same ingredient just a little stronger.
I used this ear mute medication on my newly found kitten, Bella and it really worked. Her ears after using it and cleaning her ears made the inside of her ears very nice and healthy looking. Chewy team really gelped me to find the right product I neefed for her. The shipping was really really fast and I recommend Chewy to everyone!!
I got this because my kitty has been shaking his head and digging his poor ears a lot. I used it once and it worked really amazing.
This is my second one. Seems to work. They get better every time I use it.
Not the best
It takes too long to work, been using it for a month and only seeing a little progress
Worked on my cat
I have an indoor/ outdoor cat I noticed had yucky ears. She’s hard to get to the vet so I ordered this from Chewy and problem solved.
I have 3 cats and just rescued a 1 month old kitten. The kitten had ear mites which ked to my 3 getting them. I got this a week ago and so far so good. Obv cant use it on 12 weeks and under so the kitten hasnt had any but for my older cats it seems to work. Id buy it again and recommend it. :)
I was so impressed with this! I only had to use it twice!! And he was cleared up and not irritated anymore! So happy!
I purchased this because my inside cat was showing signs of earmites. We have feral cats outside so just thought to try this first. I followed the instructions for treatment and he is no longer spanking his head, pawing at his ears.
My cat was digging scratching and shaking her head, I assumed must be ear mites after just a few doses ear issues resolved and she was a happy cat again