Our expert says:
I am not familiar with the product in question. I like to use Epiotic or Otoclean and find these products espectially useful (Non-prescription). I would generally clean the ear with the ear cleaner every 2-3 days and then gradually increase the interval of the cleaning. It can take a period of time before the natural cleaning mechanisms come back so you can persist as long as the dog is not in discomfort. Please follow the instructions of the product carefully and please do not stick cotton wool into the ear canals. If the ears are severely inflammed then you will need to get ear treatment.
Regarding you Daxie. It is difficult to comment on any treatment but you maybe able to put her on another ACE inhibitor (like fortekor) called enalapril (active component). There are many generic brand names for this product. Please discuss with your vet first. They may even give you a prescription to get the product from you chemist or consider purchasing the product online.
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