Thursday, July 3, 2014

PurOtic Ear Care Giveaway!

by Carrie Boyko, CEB
Ready for Clean Ears, Tanner?
Caring for Tanner's water-loving ears has just gotten easier. Prone to ear problems, Retrievers require regular ear care to keep them clean and dry. This goes double for swimmers like Tanner who can't get enough of fetch in the lake or the pool. Fortunately for me, Tanner is an accommodating patient, but many dogs fight the application of ear washes and such. That's where PurOtic comes in. With a silicone applicator, there is no discomfort in spraying the solutions into the ear canal, making the whole process--cleaning and drying--much easier for pet parent and fido.

Today I'm announcing a giveaway of 3 sets of the two PurOtic solutions--cleaner and dryer. Check out the
Easy Application
review of this product here, and then you can enter the giveaway using the Rafflecopter form below. If it's playing Hide-n-Seek again, simply click on the post title to get it to come and help you.


If you prefer the sure-thing method of getting your product, feel free to order direct at the link above. PurOtic will be happy to ship directly to you. Be sure to order the Extra Strength when ordering ear cleaner for your dog; the regular strength is better suited for kitties.

Meanwhile, you can visit PurOtic's social media pages to learn more:
Entries will be accepted through Thursday, July 17, and winners will be announced here on Friday, July 18. Good luck to you all.

To your pup's clean ears,





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This giveaway and the associated review of Innovet's PurOtic has been written completely from my own experience. I was not compensated to share my thoughts or to offer the giveaway of their products.
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13 comments:



RitaMeow said...

I check ears regularly and use the ear wash from the vet on a monthly basis



Danielle said...

I have a cocker spaniel so for us it is keep the hair around/in his ear canal removed/short
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Urd-chan said...

If your dog doesn't like getting his/her ears cleaned, I highly recommend having a second person help hold the dog while you clean the ears. My own dogs aren't horrible about me cleaning their ears, but they do like to bolt once in a while when I'm cleaning their ears.



Trish B. said...

I clean my dogs' ears often, especiallyy rescued Bulldogs. They are prone to ear infections. They hate it and PurOtic sounds like it would make it easier to clean their ears! Thank you!



Sarah Dela Cruz said...

I save a "super special" treat for things like ear cleaning and medication, I leave the treat in sight of my dog while treating him so he knows that I'll be giving him something yummy afterward.



Jessica B said...

We try and clean weekly. If we stay ahead of the problem, he tends to do better! This product looks wonderful!



barbara stenby said...

Ralph is a chocolate lab and needs his ears cleaned 3 times a week he likes when i use the aloe based cleaners.



Jennifer Dace said...

Well first of all the most important thing is to regularly check the ears. Look in them and see if there is debris. Feel them for heat. Check around the outside and make sure the hair is not tangled and matted behind them.



Lisa F. said...

When the dogs need their ears clean, I fill the canal with cleaner, run and swoosh the solution in the ear, then let them shake their heads to expel as much liquid and debris (if any) before wiping them out myself.



Sarah Ochocki said...

My dog has terrible allergies that leave his ears very itchy, poor baby. We dab a little tea tree oil in them each day. He absolutely hates the smell, but he does seem to scratch a lot less afterward.



Jennifer Marohn said...

Make sure ears are clean and dry after baths and swimming (if your dog is into that sort of thing). The best thing to do is squirt the solution into the ear, kind of squish the ear canal around a bit, let your dog shake, then wipe up any excess with a cotton ball. Try to avoid using q-tips, as that could push the yucky stuff farther down into the ear.



Trish B. said...

I am a vet assistant and have ten rescued dogs. I fill their ear canal with the ear cleaner, rub the ear at the base, put a jumbo cotton ball in the ear and use the cotton balls until they come out clean. I also very carefully use cotton swabs to clean the folds inside their ears.



rj7777 said...

I have to pluck my bichon's ear hair and I hate doing it. He hates it. Rita Spratlen

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