What is Eradimite Ear Mite Treatment for Dogs and Cats?
- Eradimite is an solution applied in the ear to kill ear mites and ear ticks.
- Eradimite also aids in ear wax removal.
What else should I know about Eradimite?
- For use in dogs and cats 12 weeks of age and older.
- Contact your local waste management about the safe disposal. This can be very toxic to fish and wildlife.
What problems could my dog or cat have with Eradimite?
- Discuss the use of this treatment and any supplements or drugs your cat or dog is taking before starting use.
How do you use Eradimite?
- Use as directed by your veterinarian.
- Wash hands after applying.
- Manufacturer's suggested use for infestation treatment: Apply 10 drops to each ear and massage the base of the ear for a few minutes to help dissolve through the ear wax. Allow your pet to shake their head. Repeat every two days until the infestation has cleared or until your pet's veterinarian recommends stopping.
- Manufacturer's suggested use for preventative treatment: Apply the solution every 15 days to reduce infestation.
What is in Eradimite?
- Eradimite contains two insecticides: Pyrethrins and Piperonyl Butoxide.
Will I get what I see in the picture?
- Eradimite is a brand name. You will receive the exact brand that you request.
Is it important for my dog or cat to finish all of the Eradimite?
- Dogs and cats may use Eradimite for different lengths of time. Please consult your veterinarian if you have any questions.
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Q & A
Can I use the same bottle on different cats or would I need to purchase a separate bottle for each cat??
If your veterinarian determines that Eradimite Ear Mite Treatment is the appropriate treatment option for each cat, then you may be able to use the same bottle. Follow the specific recommendations from your veterinarian to assure the best possible outcomes for your cats.Verified Answer