Cat Eye and Ear Medicine to Treat Infections and Diseases
If you suspect your cat has an eye or ear infection, it’s worth scheduling an appointment with their veterinarian. While cat eye infections are common in young felines they can be a sign of a more serious condition in older pets. Typically eye infections are caused by bacteria but they can also result from an autoimmune disease or cancer.
Because cat ear infections are rarer, be on the lookout for symptoms that include a strong odor, discharge from the ear or a loss of balance. By consulting your pet’s veterinarian they can diagnose your feline and prescribe a cat eye or ear medicine to get them back on track.
How to Treat Cat Ear Infections?
If your cat has an ear infection there’s a good chance ear mites are to blame. But if your veterinarian rules out these critters, allergies, a mass, or something stuck in your feline’s ear can be the root cause. Since cat ear infections are usually a secondary condition to it’s important to identify the primary condition. Petco carries Tresaderm for cats to help remedy this condition. Keep reading to learn more about how this prescription medication works.
Tresaderm: Combination ear and skin topical drops that relieve inflammation as well as bacterial and fungal infections in dogs and cats. The three active ingredients thiabendazole, dexamethasone and neomycin work to soothe swelling, kill bacteria and stop the growth of fungus.
How to Treat Eye Infections & Glaucoma in Cats?
It hurts to see your feline’s eyes red or inflamed. If the cause of their irritation is from a contagious eye infection, then you'll find eye drops for cats that help reduce itchy or dry oculars. For more serious ailments, you'll find cat eye medicine that helps combat KCS or glaucoma symptoms. Learn more about the prescription cat eye care at Petco and what each medication treats:
Dorzolamide: An eye drop solution that treats glaucoma in dogs and cats. These eye drops for cats work by reducing fluid within the eye to decrease pressure in the eyeball.
Neo-poly-dex: A combination antibiotic made up of neomycin and polymyxin B that treats inflammation and cat eye infections. Neo-poly-dex kills and stops the growth of bacteria while the corticosteroid, dexamethasone, blocks the production of substances that trigger inflammation. This medication is available in both topical drop and ointment form for dogs and cats.
Vetropolycin: A combination antibiotic containing neomycin, polymyxin B, and bacitracin. It prevents cat eye infections by killing bacteria in and around the eye. Vetropolycin comes as an easy-to-apply ointment for dogs and cats.
How Do I Order Prescription Cat Eye and Ear Medicine from Petco?
Help get your feline seeing and hearing clearly again with Petco's selection of cat eye and ear medicine. Whether you’re filling a prescription or are in need of one, we can help. Simply add the item to your cart, fill in your pet and veterinarian’s information, and we will handle getting the prescription.