EAR CLEANING SOLUTIONS: Gentle, alcohol-free dry and wet ear relief solutions are specially made with non-stinging ingredients like calendula, aloe vera and chamomile to effectively clean and sanitize your dog's ear canal.
DENTAL CARE GEL: Made with neem oil, grapefruit extract and enzymes, this all-natural gel whitens and brightens your pup's teeth and removes plaque and tartar to help keep his breath fresh and clean.
MOISTURE MIST CONDITIONER: Simply mist your pet until wet and then softly comb through your pup's fur for effective relief from dry, flaky, itchy, raw skin conditions. It's a fragrant leave-in spray made with sage, aloe, cucumber and vitamin B to gently detangle your pup's hair and fur.
WATERLESS DOG BATH: This no-rinse foam cleanser is made with neem oil and aloe vera to moisturize and effectively clean your pet's skin and coat. It's easy and quick to apply, without the need of water for wetting or rinsing.
SHAMPOOS: Vet's Best Hypo-Allergenic Shampoo is an all-natural tearless, soap-free formula made with aloe vera and vitamin E to gently provide calming relief for dry skin and seasonal allergies. And the Oatmeal Medicated Shampoo is a potent, yet soothing formula made with oatmeal, tea tree oil and vitamin B5 plus potent salicylic acid to eliminate flaky dandruff. This solution deep cleans to clear clogged pores and and restore the beautiful sheen in your pup's coat.
HOT SPOT RELIEF: Every foam, shampoo and spray for hot spot relief is formulated using tea tree oil, aloe vera and chamomile to relieve itchy, dry and irritated dog skin. They're gentle, non-stinging and alcohol-free, yet potent enough to immediately start the healing process. When used together, these all-natural botanical treatments provide triple the protection to not only relieve your pup's discomfort, but also leave him smelling fresh and clean.
We swim a LOT in the summer. My German Shepherd tends toward ear infections and using this gets us through the entire season without ear problems. I put it in his ears after every swim session.
Our chocolate Lab has recurring ear infections that have been extremely difficult to control. Last time he was so miserable, we took him to the vet who said his ear was full of bacteria and yeast. She cleaned it all out, but within a few weeks it started bothering him again. I should mention that both of our Labs love the water of course, and go swimming nearly every weekend at a nearby lake. His ear always sounded squishy like it was full of water, and even though my husband cleans his ears after swimming, the water just wouldn’t come out, because it was deep in his ear canal, which created the problems. The very first time we used the Vet’s Best, and I say we because chocolate Lab Gauge is a 100 pound boy, doesn’t like having his ear messed with, so it took my husband and I to get it in his ear. After using it the first time, he stopped pawing and shaking his head. The second time was a little easier. All I can say is it has really worked wonders, and I highly recommend it.
My lab loves to swim but he has a bad habit of dunking his head under the water resulting in him doing the dreaded ear flop throughout the day (and night). I put a little squeeze of this in each ear after swimming and it works like a charm.
This has worked great to dry out my hounds ears after baths and swims. No more uncomfortable ear scratching!
It supposes dry into powder, but it stays wet cream in my dog's ear canals. My dog keeps shaking head for an hour... won't buy it again.
Have tried this for a week now and my dog is still no better . To the Vets again.
We actually use this on more than just dog ears. It works really well at keeping skin dry! We love the fact that it's all totally natural, normal ingredients.
This was recommended by our groomer. Ruby has long floppy ears that hold moisture and cause her to scratch at them, which makes them more irritated. They smell bad too. I have been using Posatex for the past year, which was suggested by our vet. The Vet's Best Ear Relief is helping Ruby better than anything has before. I put a small amount in the ear and massage it down into the ear canal. It turns to powder and dries up the moisture. She is so much more comfortable now. And...her ears look and smell better! I Love this product!
I use this after I have bathed a dog or a dog has been swimming to control the moisture that builds bacteria down in the ears. Massage it gently then let it dry to the powdery form. Wipe ears out next day.
Compared to other products available was just not impressed with it.