Gina C. from New York
Your ferrets aren't going to like to get their ears cleaned, but it is a weekly ritual that needs to be done. Dip a cotton swab in the solution & blow on it to make it warm. Then gently clean the inside of their ears with it while scruffing them to hold them. Don't go too far in the ear or you will hurt them. Really helps to clean & helps their smell as well.
LuciferDEW from International Falls, MN
0 out of 0 found this review helpful
Simple all you have to do is put the ear cleaner in ur fuzzys ear and massage the ear it works well. Lucifer won't hold still for me to use it. I have used it once or twice and it seems to work well.
Buddy from St. Louis, MO
1 out of 1 found this review helpful
It's like a war trying to get my little guy to hold still while cleaning his ears. First time I did it when he was a baby he cried! And I've had a lot of experience cleaning my older ferrets ears so it surprised me. Turned out he had an ear infection from the place I adopted him from. So I guess I wouldn't recommend it for ear infections but I clean out his ears at least once a week, twice if I'm feeling up for the challenge. It works, but I swear he can smell this stuff coming towards his ears from a mile away and he takes off!!
2 out of 2 found this review helpful
This stuff really works. Ares and Pandora’s ear are kept in tip top shape when I use this. Ares has very nasty dirty ears but when I use this stuff I have no worries his ears stay fairly clean. Pandora’s ears are just a little dirty. No extra cleaning to be done… With this stuff her ears rarely ever need to we wiped clean of crud! I just love it and so do my two fuzzies!!!
Martine from Baltimore, MD
7 out of 7 found this review helpful
My ferret absolutely hates this stuff! She will fight and try to run away whenever it comes out.
That said, it does what it's supposed to do, and ferrets don't like stuff in their ears in general. I don't drop it in her ears because that makes her go even more nuts. I dip a cotton swab in it, then blow warm breath to make it a little less chilly before I swab her outer ear with it. It definitely helps in loosening debris, as ferrets sure do have a lot of waxy gunk in there! Luckily it was on sale when I bought it, but it also lasts quite a while.
Annik from Moncton, NB
5 out of 5 found this review helpful
You need to clean your ferret ears about twice a weeks. this stuff will clean it, it really works ! Its gentle and perfect for them !
Genny from MN
6 out of 6 found this review helpful
Smells awful, doesn't do a good job of flushing the dirt out, just end up with a greasy, smelly, agitated ferret.
Jessica from Paris, TX
40 out of 85 found this review helpful
I used this on my ferret after being exposed to a cat that had ear mites. It prevented her from getting ear mites but she doesnt like me putting it on and rubbing her ears.
Steph from Boston MA
153 out of 312 found this review helpful
Great product for cleaning out those dirty ferret ears! Its not harsh, very clean smelling & great dirt remover... Over all great ear cleaner!
Gemma from Lawrence, KS
164 out of 314 found this review helpful
Well, my baby had mite, so I bought this and clean ears everyday. It works and the dirt was reduced, but not completely. Still I am satisfied with the result and the smell is Good, too!
856 out of 1680 found this review helpful