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Leave the hassle of multiple ear infection treatments behind.

Claro® (florfenicol, terbinafine, mometasone furoate) Otic Solution makes treating ear infections (also known as otitis externa) easy. It's a one-dose treatment regimen administered by your veterinarian – requiring no at-home application of medicine by you.

 

Why you'll love Claro®:

  • One-dose treatment per affected ear
  • Administered by your veterinarian
  • No messy home treatments required

 

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Available only at your veterinarian's office. CAUTION: Federal (U.S.A) law restricts this drug to use by or on the order of a licensed veterinarian.

 

The science behind ear infection treatment.

Claro® is indicated for the treatment of otitis externa in dogs associated with susceptible strains of yeast (Malassezia pachydermatis) and bacteria (Staphylococcus pseudintermedius). It features three active ingredients:

 

Florfenicol fights harmful bacteria.

Terbinafine fights certain strains of yeast.

Mometasone furoate reduces swelling and associated discomfort and itching.

Ear Infection EAR INFECTION
Yeast YEAST
Bacteria BACTERIA

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  • Claro® is the only veterinarian-administered, one-dose ear infection treatment regimen for dogs.
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One dose by your veterinarian. No work for you.

  • Claro® is the only ear infection treatment for dogs that requires one dose per ear, so it makes treatment a simple, no-hassle task.

    What to do if you suspect your dog has an ear infection:

    Step 1: Visit your veterinarian for an exam.
    Step 2: Ask your veterinarian if Claro® is right for your dog.
    Step 3: Follow up as recommended by your veterinarian.

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    Available only at your veterinarian's office. Important safety information: Do not use in dogs with known tympanic membrane perforation ("ruptured eardrum"). The safety of this medicine in dogs with tympanic membrane perforation has not been evaluated.

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  • Canine ear infection symptoms in black dog

    Everything you need to know about canine ear infections.

    Otitis externa is the medical term for what most people call an ear infection. Otitis externa is inflammation of the ear canal that often causes pain or irritation. Yeast and bacterial infections also usually accompany this inflammation and are the focus of most ear infection treatments.

    Common ear infection causes:

    • Allergies
    • Ear mites
    • Plant material caught in the ear
    • Water trapped in the ears
    • Narrow ear canals
    • Environmental factors

       

       

  • Canine ear infection symptoms in black dog

     

    A low hassle solution to a painful problem.

    Every dog who's had an ear infection has experienced the pain, irritation and inflammation that comes with canine otitis externa. But different dogs deal with the symptoms in different ways. If your dog shows one or more of the following signs or exhibits irregular behavior of any kind, it may be time to visit your veterinarian.

    Common ear infection indicators:

    • Head shaking
    • Ear scratching or rubbing
    • Red and/or swollen ears
    • Odor
    • Discharge
    • Reluctance to have ears touched

    Important safety information: Do not administor orally. Claro® should not be used in dogs that are known or suspected to be allergic to florfenicol, terbinafine hydrochloride, or mometasone furoate. Claro® should be used with caution in dogs with liver disease.

1Top 10 Reasons Pets Visit Vets. Nationwide Pet Insurance website. Available at https://phz8.petinsurance.com/pet-health/health-conditions/top-10-reasons-pets-visit-vets. Accessed March 14, 2017.

2Saridomichelakis MN, Farmakit R, Leontides LS, et al. (2007). Aetiology of canine otitis externa: a retrospective study of 100 cases. The Authors. Journal compilation© 2007 ESVD and ACVD 18:341-347.