What happens when white vinegar, rubbing alcohol, generic betadine antiseptic solution, and powdered boric acid are in a line up?
Absolutely nothing! But when 2 ounces of white vinegar, 6 ounces of rubbing alcohol, 1/2 teaspoon of generic betadine solution, and 1/2 teaspoon of powdered boric acid are mixed up together they become a very effective anti-fungal dog ear wash.
To use this recipe simply pour a small amount of the mix into each of your dog's ears
and then massage each ear gently with a cotton ball or tissue to distribute the mix.
If you apply this recipe to your dog's ears twice per day for one week your tissues will be covered in "gunk" but if you are faithful with the treatment you will notice that your dog's ears are cleaner and healthier than ever. Just be sure to continue applying the recipe once per day during the following week and then once per month for maintenance.
And even if your dog shakes its head "no" to the recipe he/she will be pawsitively happy to have clean and ears once again!