Ear wash for your dogs
Shop Natural Dog Ear Cleaner
Clean, pale pink ears are a sign of good health. So if your dogs ears aren't up to par, it's time to take a closer look at their overall health. In the meantime, you can help fight yeast and bacteria by cleaning them with our gentle, natural dog ear cleaner. Ideal for cleaning smelly dog ear, oily dog ear and irritated dog ear
Rosemary & Niaouli Dog Ear Wash
Gentle, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal ears wash. Made from certified organic ingredients, earth friendly, bio-degradable and fabulously gentle. Learn how to clean your dogs ears here.
- Aloe vera* - healing inflammation and irritation
- Apple cider vinegar* - deodorizing, fights yeast, anti-fungal, antibacterial
- Witch hazel* - cleans and breaks down wax
- Alcohol - carrier for essential oils
- Vegetable glycerin* - moisturizers
- Sulfated castor oil - to allow oils to blend with water
- Mild preservative - paraben free
- Rosemary essential oil* - analgesic, anti-inflammatory, deodorizing
- Niaouli essential oil* - antihistaminic, antiseptic, deodorizing
- Geranium essential oil* - anti-fungal, antibacterial
- Lavender essential oil* - analgesic, anti-inflammatory, calming
Astringent and tangy, crushed rosemary leaves and apple cider.
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We want you to be 100% satisfied with your purchase. Items can be returned or exchanged within 30 days of delivery.
Every aspect of our manufacturing process takes place close to home, by people we know, earning a living wage. This means not only are we avoiding the environmental impact of shipping our products long distances, we're also investing in our local communities. We're continually looking for ways to reduce our footprint, from choosing recycled and recyclable packaging to creating biodegradable products from non toxic ingredients.
A healthy planet is a passion of ours, so we've made sure all of our products are non hazardous meaning when our shampoo goes down your drain, it won't harm any wildlife like many other products as it makes it's way to our water system. The fish and whales will surely thank you! This also means you can take it camping with you!
All of our packaging, from bottles and lids to shipping cartons and void filler are either recyclable, recycled or re-used. We make the environment a priority in every decision.
What People Are Saying
Favorite ear product for my dogs
Probably my most favorite ear cleaner, my dogs love having their ears cleaned with this! I apply it to cotton first and then
gently clean the inner aspect of their ears without difficulty. It cleans quite well, gets the dirt out easily and leaves a natural
nice smell. Love it!
Charlie from Chewy.com
Good ear cleaner
I like the ingredients and it is an effective cleaner. I am sensitive to strong smells and this scent does not bother me and I don't find it to be an unpleasant scent.
Olynomad from Amazon
Floppy ear saver
My dogs have floppy ears and you have to clean out the wax buildup and soothe them. They hate the
process but this ear wash doesn't seem to burn as it's applied. I had another brand, very effective but
apparently it burned their delicate ear membranes and they gave me the dirtiest looks ever. So this is more
Joanna D from Amazon
Clean Your Dogs Ears
You'll need some cotton balls, preferably organic, and some Black Sheep Organics Ear Wash. You may want to have some gauze and tissues handy as well.
For big dogs use an entire cotton ball, for small dogs, tear it in half. Saturate it with ear wash, and gently wipe the inside of your dogs ears. Repeat this until his ears are clean. Be careful not to overdo cleaning, as you can easily irritate the tissues of the ear.
You can saturate a thin gauze to clean all the little nooks and crannies in your dogs ears, but it's important to only use it on the parts of the ear that you can see. Try avoid using cotton swab! You could injure your dog if you push the cotton swab into the ear canal.
It's okay to let a few drops of the ear wash drip down into the ear canal, and in fact can help kill bacteria that leads to ear infections.
If you dog has wax buildup deep inside the ear canal, you can squeeze a few drops into your dogs ear, gently move the ear around and wait a few minutes for the wax to become loose, before you remove it with a cotton ball. Your dog may shake his head, which is helpful to get the wax to come out, but could be messy!
And that's it! Now your dog has lovely clean ears.