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Maxi/Guard Zn4.5 Otic

All natural for the treatment of otitis externa

Species: Dog Cat
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Maxi/Guard Zn4.5 Otic

All natural for the treatment of otitis externa

Species: Dog Cat
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Product description

Maxi/Guard Zn4.5 is a natural complexed zinc ear care topical for the treatment of otitis externa in pets

Active ingredients

Maxi/Guard Zn4.5 ingredients: Deionized Water, Zinc Gluconate, Boric Acid, Taurine, L-lysine, Propylene Glycol, Methylparaben, Propylparaben.

Indications for use

  • Maxi/Guard Zn4.5 calms, clears and restores cats and dogs problem ears.

  • Maxi/Guard Zn4.5 is a natural, complexed zinc, non-staining ear care formula for pets. Calms sensitive ears (antipruritic). Helps create an environment that encourages natural healing of problem ears. Can be used as an adjunct to topical antibiotic or steroid therapy.

  • Maxi/Guard Zn4.5 also helps to maintain ears after initial problems or infections (otitis) are resolved.A natural, complexed zinc, non-staining ear care formula for pets. Calms sensitive ears (antipruritic).

  • Maxi/Guard Zn4.5 helps create an environment that encourages natural healing of problem ears. Can be used as an adjunct to topical antibiotic or steroid therapy. Also helps to maintain ears after initial problems or infections (otitis) are resolved.

Administration and dosage

  • For initial application, cleanse ear canal with a suitable cleanser, fill ear canal with Maxi/Guard Zn4.5, massage base of ear canal and let dry. For subsequent applications, apply 5-8 drops twice daily. Ears should be reevaluated by a veterinarian on a regular basis. If undue irritation develops or increases, discontinue use and consult your veterinarian.