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  • Baytril Otic Baytril Otic

Baytril Otic

by Bayer

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This product requires a veterinarian's prescription.

This Rx product can not be shipped to some states.



  • Baytril Otic is the only otic preparation that combines two active ingredients with proven anti-Pseudomonal activity1,2 
  • Steroid-free, to allow a treatment plan tailored to the individual needs of each patient 
  • Contains silver sulfadiazine SSD 
  • Easy to administer, soothing, water-based emulsion
  • For Dogs


Side effects may include increased redness of the ear, and hearing or balance problems. If you observe any of these side effects, discontinue use and contact your veterinarian as soon as possible.


Baytril Otic is contraindicated in dogs with suspected or known hypersensitivity to quinolones and/or sulfonamides.


Store between 4deg and 25degC 40 - 77degF. Store in an upright position. Do not store in direct sunlight.



Shake well before each use.

Tilt head so that the affected ear is presented in an upward orientation.

Administer a sufficient quantity of Baytril Otic to coat the aural lesions and the external auditory canal.

As a general guide, administer 5-10 drops per treatment in dogs weighing 35 lbs. or less and 10-15 drops per treatment in dogs weighing more than 35 lbs.

Following treatment, gently massage the ear so as to ensure complete and uniform distribution of the medication throughout the external ear canal.

Apply twice daily for a duration of up to 14 days.


Each milliliter of Baytril Otic contains: enrofloxacin 5 mg 0.5% w/v, silver sulfadiazine SSD 10 mg 1.0% w/v, benzyl alcohol as a preservative and cetylstearyl alcohol as a stabilizer in a neutral oil and purified water emulsion. The active ingredients are delivered via a physiological carrier a nonirritating emulsion.

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