No Cank Ear & Skin Powder
Recommended for Brown, Waxy & Smelly Ears
Results to be seen after 4 days of use. Use twice daily. For extreme waxy ears please use daily for 10 days.
Great for :
- General ear cleaner to avoid possibility of infections
- Dogs who are long term suffers of dark waxy ears and excessive wax build up
- Dogs Suffer with Itchy ears
- Dogs who are shaking their head continuously whilst scratching ears
- Post mite infestation
Directions of use : Sprinkle twice daily to affected area including ears, under tail and between claws of the paws. Sprinkle in the inner ear but avoid the ear canal. Massage the outside of the ear. Stop using once wax begins to shift. Use once a week to help keep ear clear of infections.
Ingredients : Idoform, Zinc Oxide, Boric Acid, French Talc. Classified as a Tea Tree products.
Not Suitable – Red , warm itchy ears with active infection or yeast. For red, warm & itchy ears Click Here
To Note : Dogs on long term medication should consult with their vet first before taking any natural products as supplements. Although all of our products are natural with no expected side effects you should consult with your vet to ensure there will no impact on their prescribed medication. Please always patch test your dogs stomachs 24 hours before using any recommended products as every dog is different and whilst this product is 100% natural your dog may have an allergy you are not aware of.
What do we have ear then?…
It really is quite common for domestic doggies to develop dirty ears, this can lead to intense ear scratching (making them sore), shaking of the head, strong stinky ear smells and an excessive wax build up. BUT if NoCank is used daily for a week to clean the ear and then once a week to help keep the ear clean, Many owners find that is helps significantly to maintain good hygiene in the ears.
NoCank can also be used on irritated skin or after a mite infestation on the skin to help ease scratching. Application is easy… simply sprinkle lightly on to the areas where a mite infestation has occurred such as behind the ears, underside of the tail and also in the paws, between the claws.