I would happily recommend the Quistel Soothing Ear Cleaner. My own 15 year old Labrador has suffered from chronic ear infections all her life. After much expense, with many trips to the vets over the years and their chemical solutions (Canaural and Surolan) just not working for her, I began to research natural alternatives in the hope I may find a cost effective and once-and-for-all remedy
So I ordered a 150 ml bottle of Quistel Soothing Ear Cleaner to give it a try. Seeing it contained Gentian Violet, a purple solution my mum always applied on our sore mouth ulcers when I was small, I felt it would be safe and soothing in my dog's ears. After just two days applications, the gunk that I was able to clean out of Tilly's ear had to be seen to be believed. The red soreness disappeared, she stopped scratching at her ears, the gunk got less and less, and for the first time in years, I was seeing a vast improvement. I was so happy. And now, three months on, if I see any gunk in her ears again, I use the Ear Cleaner twice a day, over a couple of days, and it's enough to clear it up.
I don't think it will ever fully cure her problem, but I'm happy this keeps it firmly at bay. It's all-natural, far cheaper than paying for vet consultations and chemical alternatives, easy to apply, with minimal treatments required and most importantly, my dog is far happier now as a result.
Finally, rather than using Canaural or Surolan which have a shelf-life of only 6 weeks before having to be discarded and bought again if more needed, The Quistel Ear Cleaner doesn't appear to have an expiry date/shelf-life so can be kept and used whenever necessary until the bottle is used up.
I would happily recommend the Quistel Organic Bio-Restoring Dog Shampoo. My niece bought a Westie puppy a year ago and ever since she brought him home, he has suffered from a severe skin condition causing him to profusely shed black, flaky dandruff. It was peppering his coat so badly, he looked permanently dirty and grubby. She had spent a lot of money with many visits to the vets where each time, they only prescribed Malaseb and Episoothe shampoos as well as antibiotics, none of which worked to resolve the problem.
In desperation she tried the Quistel Dog Shampoo and, after only bathing him once a week over a 4 week period, she was so excited to let me know that Charlie's skin was now turning pink for the first time ever, as it should be. I saw him for myself last week and couldn't believe how vastly improved his skin looked. The skin on his body was now indeed pink and no longer flaking! As a result his coat looks much whiter and healthier, and not spattered with black skin flakes like it used to be.
There are still flaky patches of black skin on his legs and face but I believe if she continues using the Quistel shampoo, over time this will rectify too. So she and Charlie say a big thankyou to you for helping to make his life (and skin) so much healthier!
The Dog Lady