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Old 10-03-2015, 12:39 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi there!
I've just registered here as I felt the need to tell you lovely lab owners about Zymox. Forgive me if this is old news to you.
My beautiful, aren't they all??!!, 3 year old yellow lab, Rigby had suffered with yeasty ears due to an unknown allergy for almost a year, costing me almost 1000 in vets bills. He was booked in for ear canal resection surgery as a last resort.
I had researched for hours online and finally found Zymox. Two applications and the improvement was astounding. Cancelled the surgery, used the drops for two weeks and Rigbys ears were beautifully clean and sweet smelling. I haven't used any drops for over a week and they remain clean.
Rigby is a new dog!! We go for 2 hour walks every day with him chasing a ball much of the time.
I hope this helps anyone out there with similar problem!!
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I discovered Zymox this year too.

On the whole, my lot don't have a lot of ear problems, thankfully, but if they do, it usually costs around 80 at the vets for treatment; so when my Twoee suddenly developed a nasty, gunky, sore ear just after Christmas when funds were very low, I was cursing. One of my other dogs had started shaking her head too, so I treated all the dogs and cats for ear mites (I always have a supply of Advantage Spot on, and a drop of this on the outer ear flaps kills ear mites), but Twoee's ear was still very sore and now looked infected too.

I was telling my sis I was going to take her to the vet, when she told me she had tried Zymox a few weeks before, on one of her Poodles, to great effect. So I ordered some for next day delivery. It arrived first thing and I applied it straight away, and by tea time Twoee's ear looked loads better. Within a week, the ear was perfectly clear and back to looking healthy, and she hasn't had a problem since .

I shall certainly be keeping a bottle of this in my doggy first aid box from now on.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Pet-King-Enz...keywords=zymox
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Thankyou for that.Its good to get a recommendation.
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Well that's great news so pleased to hear Rigby's ears are better - welcome to the forum!
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Thanks for the recommendation, Ellie has problems with her ears will give this a go.
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I imagine it works quickly because of the steroid content.
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I had researched for hours online and finally found Zymox. Two applications and the improvement was astounding.
Hi, interested in this as we are in a similar position - did you use the enzymatic ear solution
http://www.zymox.com/to-order/ear-ca...c-ear-solution

or the ear cleanser?
http://www.zymox.com/to-order/ear-ca...x-ear-cleanser

We haven't got an infected ear right now, just permanently wet and waxy and liable to become infected again at any point
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This is the one you want. You just put it in the ear and wipe away any excess. No poking about in the ear which I swear only makes matters worse!

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Pet-King-Enz.../dp/B0025YOJXS
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It clears wet and waxy up really quickly .
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Thanks Jill. I'm in two minds as the description for that enzymatic solution says it is for treatment of infections, and we've seen the vet today and there is no infection currently. Don't want to treat for an infection that isn't there so I might try the cleanser and take it from there. On the other hand it would be nice to get away from constantly cleaning....wish they had a UK helpline
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