Adams Ear Mite Treatment : 1/2 oz.

ADAMS SKU: 100149


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Adams Ear Mite Treatment 

Adams™ Ear Mite Treatment kills ear mites on contact and contains soothing aloe and lanolin.  Good for use on dogs or cats. Offers relief for dogs and cats suffering from ear mites. Dogs & cats that have ear mites will typically shake their heads and scratch their ears frequently. Ear mites live in the ear canal of the animal and cause a brownish, waxy debris to be formed.

Ear mites usually induce the formation of a dry, dark brown, waxy exudate with crusts in the ears of pets. Ear mites may be detected by placing some of the waxy debris on a dark surface and carefully watching for the movement of tiny white specks away from the debris. Inflamed, watery, or blocked ear canals indicate a more serious condition which requires the services of a veterinarian.

 Active Ingredients: Pyrethrins. 0.05%, Piperonyl Butoxide* 0.50%

Other Ingredients: 99.45% *Butylcarbityl 6-propylpiperonyl ether and related compounds


-Kills ear mites on contact
-Contains aloe to help soothe irritated skin
-Offers relief for cats and dogs suffering from ear mites
-Easy-to-use applicator tube
-Use on cats and dogs 12 weeks or older


Clean ears first to remove built-up wax and debris. While firmly holding pet, instill the appropriate number of drops as below in each ear. Massage base of ear to facilitate the ear mite lotion penetrates any remaining ear wax. Gently dry outer ear with a cotton ball or soft cloth. Ear Mite Treatment may be applied daily for 7 to 10 days. Repeat treatment in two weeks if necessary.

Under 15 lbs: 4-5 drops in each ear once daily

16-30 lbs: 5-10 drops in each ear once daily

Over 30 lbs: 10-15 drops in each ear once daily

If conditions for which this preparation is used persist or if irritation develops, discontinue use and consult a veterinarian.

Do not use on puppies or kittens less than 12 weeks. Consult a veterinarian before using this product on debilitated, aged, pregnant or nursing animals, or animals on medications.