|Top Ingredients||Boric Acid, Filtered Water, Sodium Borate, Sodium Chloride.||De-Ionized Water, Traditional Hand Filet Aloe Juice, Witch Hazel...||Water, Propylene Glycol, Sda Alcohol...||Purified Water, Propylene Glycol, Glycerin...||Deionized Water, Witch Hazel, Glycerin...|
|Health Feature||Eye Care, Tear Stain removal||Eye Care||Ear Care||Ear Care||Ear Care|
|Lifestage||Puppy, Adult||Adult||Puppy, Adult||Puppy, Adult||Adult|
|Breed Size||—||—||—||—||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds|
I tried a lot of things to clear up the tears and gunk coming from my dogs eyes and staining his fur. Including eye drops, food supplements etc.. A few drops of this everyday has essentially solved the problem. I started noticing his eyes were red pretty often. I don’t see the redness after a couple drops.
It’s okay. Reasonable price but nothing special. I will continue to use it.
I have tried other tear stain products which did not work. These are drops into her eyes and they started working immediately! My white pekepoo, Bella, looks whiter and prettier than ever! Highly recommend!
Ruby, loves her morning routine eyes washed and hair brushed.
Takes care of cleaning the eyes and reduces tear staining
Awkward to use. messy in that drops go everywhere but in dog's eyes. you need to be really coordinated, dogs didn't like big bottle coming towards eyes.
My dog, Sadie, was diagnosed with dry eye. She has a discharge in her eyes that causes dry clusters and this eye rinse clears this problem. I highly recommend this product.
Works great on my frenchie. Nice consistency. Long term wetting for dry eyes.
I have a little 7lb rescue pup. She is probably around 18 years old. Ever since we got her she has had horrible stains under her eyes. This is the first product that has helped. I use it once a day and I think it soothes her eye. The stains are almost completely gone. Time to order more.
Works well to clean out eyes and Jack doesnt fuss when I clean his eyes.