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I first flushed my Mastiff’s eyes to get rid of the eye burgers that she produces instead of tears, and then proceeded to use the gel to keep her eyes moist. After putting a drop in each eye, she started crying at her eyes, trying to get the gel out and she could not open her eyes as it acted like it was burning, her eyes badly. I went and got some other isolation that I had and use that to get the Jell-O. It was burning her eyes out. It was really really hard to get the gel out of her eyes once it was in there. this product will absolutely burn your dogs eyes. I highly recommend not putting this in your dogs eyes.
When I put this in my shih tzu's eye he would yelp, it is strong and stings the eye. He would then paw at his eye for a while afterwards. Took him to the vet eventually and it was just allergies, he had no injury. this product is trash. I got a different gel from the vet and he doesnt yelp or paw at his eye when i put it in the same way as i put this stuff.
Dog can get pink eye! Who knew! This stuff knocked it out and did not bother the pups, other than their usual squirminess when getting treated for something.
I called to report damaged litter container in my order they immediately sent out a replacement thank you
my poor little cat had a scratched cornea. I am a nurse, so I knew that ophthalmic ointment (my prescription) could be used on her eyes when they look irritated. The ointment is very quick healing, and usually only takes one dose to help her eyes. But I was out of the ointment, and it takes a prescription from a vet or a dr. to get it. I was looking at something else on Chewy and saw this gel. Even though it's not as strong as the ointment, I only used it 3 days and her eye was so much better.
This gel really worked quickly and cleared up my Toy Yorkie's eye infection. I used it twice a day with the Eye Wash and she was back to her old self within a week.
Soooo far this product has worked on my Snorkie’s allergy eyes. I wasn’t sure I would like the gel but it works out fine.
coming from someone in the veterinary industry, this is pretty good for any type of common cut on or near the eye. i would not recommend for infection since it has no antibacterial ingredients. my piggie had hay poke in her eye and this cleared most of it up in one day! her eye was very swollen and pus filled and red before and after one day of using it she only has some crust and no more fogging of the eye where the cut was!
This product work very well on our 15 year old toy poodle and as always Chewy is reasonably priced and always extremely fast shipping!
My dog has had allergies all of her life which are very bad. I have been using a different prescription form of eye drops, but they have become so expensive. I found this product and since I have used the hot spot spray for sores on her I thought this product was worth the try. I was very wrong. In 24 hours after her first dose, her eyes were nearly swollen shut, running, and I was in a panic. I am not saying they do not work, just that they did not work for my pup. Use caution.