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Not Potent Enough to Handle Ear Infections (Fungal)
Reviewed in the United States on July 27, 2017
Might be good for regular maintenance, but for canines that swim regularly, or are prone to ear infections due to humid/hot weather, I recommend an otic/malacetic ear cleaner. The bottle I got (4oz) is also a small size that drips out slowly. This is actually good in terms of not causing too much discomfort and running the risk of damaging the inner ear, but since I drench cotton balls to dab inside my dog's ears, the slow dripping of this product's small size made it time consuming to use.
The product is made from good ingredients, as with most Burt's Bees products, but for medical reasons treating ears (could lead to problems if not taken care of promptly with right medications), I suggest a vet visit, and using a otic formulation--anything that smells vinegary means it'll probably do the job killing fungal growth. Think about it: women would not use a Burt's Bees product to get rid of an yeast infection, and that's what a canine ear infection is most of the time--a fungal infection.