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Angels' Eyes Chicken Formula for Dogs By Angels' Eyes

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Angels' Eyes Chicken Formula for Dogs

Eliminate those tear stains! Angels' Eyes Chicken Formula ensures that the fur coat of your pet remains stain-free effectively, safely and gently. This freeze-dried chicken liver product is specifically developed to be safe for all breeds.

Angels’ Eyes works to prevent tear staining by tying up circulating porphyrins. A porphyrin is a compound that reacts with light to produce a reddish brown stain to the medial canthus. The active ingredient in Angels' Eyes, Tylosin as Tartrate, will prevent your dog from contracting Ptyrosporin (Red Yeast) and bacterial infections which causes excess tearing and staining. Tylosin binds with Porphyrin pigments and prevents them from binding with the animal’s hair. “In dogs, tylosin has been used orally to treat tear staining.”

This formula can even be given to younger pets by mixing the recommended dose in water and injecting it with a syringe into the dog's mouth.

Key Benefits

  • Suitable for all breeds
  • Yummy flavor your pet will love!
  • The first product specifically developed for BOTH DOGS & CATS to help eliminate unsightly tear stains from the inside out
  • Results take 3 to 5 weeks, depends on the growth of your dog's coat
  • Helps to eliminate staining around the mouth and coats due to licking
  • Starts working before the tear stains begin
  • Wheat and dye free, it's made of 100% pure liver, tylosin as tartrate
  • Simply add the recommended weight dosage directly into their pet’s food once daily
  • Made in the USA

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Item Number 50457
Supplement Form
  • Powdered
  • All Stages
  • Adult
Breed Size
  • All Breeds
Country of Origin
  • United States

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Angels' Eyes Chicken Formula for Dogs Customer Reviews

Angels' Eyes Chicken Formula for Dogs 4.2 5 25 25
The product worked for my white Havanese but... it contains a small amount of an anti-biotic (Tylosin). That worried me, I just don't think it is healthy for a dog (or person) to injest a small of amount of an anti-biotic daily. I believe an immunity to anti-biotics could develop. Also, it became increasingly difficult to get her to eat food with it on or in it. She is a certified therapy dog so looks are important, I now clean and trim around her eyes and that area looks pretty good, plus I don't have to torture her with trying to get her to injest it and I don't worry anymore about her daily intake of an anti-biotic. November 22, 2013
if they haven't changed anything I used this many years ago when I had a Maltese and was a amazed at how well it worked November 14, 2013
This product has super results. I have used this product for years on my white poodles and will tell you it truly does work !!! There were a couple of months money was tight and i could not buy any. and man was that a big nightmare. You would not believe the stains and gooy eye's. this produce is number 1 with me. July 31, 2013
Ihaved used Angel Eyes with both of dogs.They are both Shizumxs Henri& Fiona They never get stains on their faces and they LOVE the taste. I love Angels Eyes.I have both os my Shiz mxzs on Angel Eyes with Chicken flavor and they love it.They never have stains on their faces.Thanks Angel Eyes May 31, 2012
IT WORKS It's taking the stains off a Coton de Talure's eyes. So far one small bottle has been used. Switching to tablets for convenience. March 21, 2014
A+ I have been using this product on my Maltese for 4 years and he has absolutely no tear stains! Everyone asks me how he can be so white and I tell them about Angels' Eyes. Just a note in passing...he will only eat the chicken flavor. March 19, 2014
Good product I have been using the product for about 3 weeks and love the results thus far. I just ordered a second bottle. March 3, 2014
Popular Product but my Toy Poodle doesn't like it. I've heard of this product for several years and decided to give it a try for my dogs rusty eye stains. Problem is that she doesn't like the powder and won't eat any food with it on it. She loves liver and I really don't understand why she didn't like this but Poodles are a bit finicky anyway so I'll chalk it up to that! :) January 18, 2014
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