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Aurizon Ear Drops contain a mixture of carefully chosen ingredients in a soothing and cleansing oil base. The antibiotic marbofloxacin provides broad spectrum cover against the main disease causing bacteria found in ear canals. Clotrimazole provides potent anti-fungal activity against the yeast-like orgnanisms which are found in high numbers in very many ear infections in dogs. Dexamethasone (as acetate) provides powerful, local anti-inflammatory activity which calms the ear canal lining, reducing swelling and discomfort as well.
Aurizon is usually applied once daily for several days. A few drops need to massaged deeply but gently into the affected ear canal. Gradually any debris will be released form the ear, but if there is a large amount of discharge clogging the ear canal, it can be helpful to use a mild, water-based ear cleaner before applying Aurizon.
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I had to use it for a few days before my dogs ears where clear but overall it was easy to use and effective
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Below are some recent questions we've received regarding Aurizon Ear Drops for Dogs, including answers from our team.
My ABD suffers with ear infections on a regular basis the vets prescribe this treatment which works really fast. We have to buy a bottle every 3 to 4 months and is very costly. Do we have to have a prescription off the vet to purchase this off viovet?
Due to the legal category this medication is classed in, we do indeed require a written veterinary prescription before we can supply this to you. Some vets are helpful and will provide a prescription with a named number of "repeats" authorised, so that you would be able to come back to us periodically as required and buy more medication. However most vets would probably not do that for ear drops and legally it is entirely up to your own vet. I would like to help you here but the options are very limited without your vet's help.
Are these ear drops efficient to cats with ear yeast infection?
Aurizon contains several ingredients, one of which is clotrimazole. This is an anti-fungal agent which is included due to its high level of activity against the yeast organisms (Malassezia) which are very commonly found in ear infections. I expect the drops will be effective for your cat, though there can be an underlying trigger for this type of infection. If so, it is worth trying to identify and treat that, or the infection might well recur. Often this investigation is only started if indeed the infection does not clear up quickly and easily using drops such as Aurizon.
Hi dog has been told by the vet he will need aurizon ear drop for rest of his life. . The vets charge a fortune for them and wount give me a repeat prescription unless they see him so that adds to the cost... to b told he needs aurizon. Ive asked them for his prescription but they wount give me it.. have I got rights to get it .. or how do I go about getting one so I can by them off you...
The law makes it clear that for prescribed medicines of this type, your vet has to authorise all purchases. It is then up to your vet how many bottles they will authorise without seeing your dog again. Some vets will be more helpful than yours, but many vets adopt a similar position when it comes to antibiotic/steroid ear drops. It is very frustrating but we cannot change that and your rights are limited to finding a different vet or treatment option.
I would say that repeatedly using the same type of drop is often frowned upon by specialist veterinary dermatologists. There might well be a different way of treating your dog. Have you properly explored the possibility of a dietary allergy being involved? (This involves feeding a special test diet and nothing else for a few weeks. Sometimes you can cure the problem for ever this way.) Have you tried regular (say twice per week) cleaning with a mildly antiseptic ear cleaner such as Sancerum? (You can buy this without a prescription and it helps particularly where allergies are not the underlying issue.)
If you are unhappy, getting a second opinion from a different vet might be your best option.