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Thornit powder.

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CalamityKate Thu 27-Sep-12 19:14:03

Can I just recommend this stuff for people who don't know about it?

It's for smelly ears. It's miraculous. I can't find a bad or even neutral review of it. My girl's ears are 100% nicer after one tiny dose. Well worth every penny.

multipoodles Thu 27-Sep-12 20:02:07

Totally agree, we've used this on poodle ears for over 30 years and wouldn't use anything else smile Cheap as chips and lasts for years!

CalamityKate Fri 28-Sep-12 00:08:24

My poodle cross had gooey, sore ears and the vet gave her drops that did pretty much bugger all.

I was just thinking I'd have to take her back and then remembered the Thornit I'd bought aaaaaages ago. Put some in and it's like magic; ears are dry and no longer red. They just look clean and lovely.

It must contain fairy dust or some such magical substance.

Whitecat Fri 28-Sep-12 08:33:36

This is when MN works brilliantly. Little nuggets of information that give you solutions and save you hassle. Thanks Calam, I've just ordered some.

stowsettler Fri 28-Sep-12 13:10:54

Thanks Kate, I will stock up. Wilma cleans Fred's ears religiously - and the rest of him, bless her, even his winkie (slut) but he doesn't return the favour so hear ears constantly stink!

CalamityKate Fri 28-Sep-12 15:40:13

Oh that's cute! My older dog cleans the younger ones ears - they're mum and daughter and younger one insists upon it by flinging herself down in front of mum and thrusting her head at her :D

fuzzypicklehead Fri 28-Sep-12 18:03:17

Ahh, came on here for advice re: mr dog's stinky painful ear. I've been using the vet's prescription for over a month with no improvement. Where do I find this magic powder?

CalamityKate Fri 28-Sep-12 19:04:38

Can't remember where I got mine! Amazon maybe?

Aquelven Fri 28-Sep-12 21:19:37

I get it online from Petmeds.
Brilliant stuff, been using it for years.

kid Sat 29-Sep-12 21:56:26

I use thornit for my springer spaniel's ears. As he has long floppy ears, they often get hot and smelly and thornit works brilliantly on them. I am always recommending it to others.
I got mine off Ebay.

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