|Top Ingredients||Witch Hazel, Purified Water, Alcohol...||Water, Glycerine, Polysorbate-80...||Chlorhexidine Gluconate, Ketoconazole, Water...||Active Ingredients: Chlorhexidine Gluconate (2%), Miconazole Nitrate (2%)., Inactive Ingredients: Purified Water...||Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Water, Hamamelis Virginiana (Witch Hazel) Water...|
|Health Feature||Ear Care||Ear Care||Anti-Fungal / Anti-Bacterial, Itch & Redness Remedy||Anti-Fungal / Anti-Bacterial, Ear Care||Paw Care|
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Hi Gabby, I feel it's quite probable that so many of your pets have developed ear infections because yes, you are doing it wrong. You mention that when you use a finger wipe, you're technique is to "shove it" in your dogs and cats ears. One might suggest a more appropriate technique when using a finger wipe would simply be to "gently wipe" the inside of your dogs and cats ears. In addition, you mention saving finger wipes by using the same finger wipe on all of your dogs and cats. One might suggest either following the instruction #2a; use one wipe per pet or by using the slightest bit of common sense.