Ear care

What's the best way to clean your dog's ears? What about after swimming? Worried your pooch might have an ear infection? Could it be ear mites?

Get all your pet ear questions answered on the PAW by Blackmores Ear Care Hub. Find out everything you need to know about your dog's ear health and conditions.

PAW Ear care

PAW by Blackmores Gentle Ear Cleaner

A natural, gentle ear cleaner that cleans without irritation. For animal use only

For animal use only


This easy-to-apply, natural and gentle formulation cleans your pet's ears without irritation by dissolving and removing excess wax, dirt and debris.

Dirty ears can lead to infection, so it’s important to make ear cleaning part of your pet’s grooming routine. This product contains no alcohol or irritants and is designed to be used only once a week, making it easy for you and your pet!

For animal consumption only. Read the label carefully before use.

Gentle Ear Cleaner Ingredients

Purified water, sorbitol, glycerin (vegetable), disodium cocoamphodiacetate, lauryl glucoside (50%), D-panthenol, sodium hydroxymethylglycinate, sodium gluconate, sodium citrate, hyaluronic acid, hydrolysed oats, citric acid, aloe vera, citrus orange oil, piroctone olamine, mandarin peel oil.


PAW Gentle Ear Cleaner should be used once a week or as directed by your veterinarian. Before first use, remove the protector seal from inside the lid.

    1. Squeeze PAW Gentle Ear Cleaner directly into the ear, filling the ear canal.

    2. Gently massage the base of the ear for 30 seconds.

    3. Use a clean tissue to gently wipe away excess liquid and remove debris.

Consult veterinarian before use if the ear is very red, painful, swollen, extremely odorous or contains pus-like discharge.
Discontinue use if the ear becomes worse after use and consult your veterinarian. Do not use if the ear drum is damaged.
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