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Angels' Eyes For Dogs and Cats
Angels' Eyes For Dogs and Cats 203 203
Effective Product The tear stains were getting bad even though I was using the cleaning products daily to bleach them. When I got this it was a matter of days before the brown gunk stopped forming on his eyes, and weeks before the stains were gone (he gets trimmed monthly too). No more staining problems. adding it to his food is easy every morning. If the staining persists you may want to consider that your dog has an allergy (could be to food or something outside, mine does). I have to give my dog claritin daily to keep him from tearing up. 06/12/2011
didn't work I used this product when my puppy was 8 months old and it worked for about 2 months. The horrible tear stains came right back and now I can't get rid of them after religiously using the product for 3 months. So Bummed!! 05/11/2011
Highly Recommended Our white Tea Cup Poodle "Peanut", has had a severe tearing problem since we got him 11 years ago. We tried everything but nothing worked. I don't remember how we found out about Angels' Eyes, but wihin 2-weeks we noticed a difference. Within 2 months there was no more tearing problem. Excellent product, would highly recommend it. 04/12/2011
Super Stuff This worked for my teary eyed, very white morkie. He likes the chicken powder sprinkled on his food. He thinks it is a treat. It takes a few weeks to notice that it is working -- and you are going to want to have the fur that is already stained trimmed, as this does not reverse the stains, it just stops the eyes from making new ones. 03/16/2011
i have only been using this product for 5 days but i see a big change in my puppies eye and the staining is getting more faint every day. love this product. 02/11/2015
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My cat really needs this product (flat face, leaky eyes, shakes his head to get rid of fluid & sprays red fluid on everything!!!) BUT he must be desperately hungry to eat this, no matter how small a dose I give him. I've tried sprinking it on food, adding a little water & mixing it with yogurt. Any other suggestions??? Please???
Answer:Thank you for your question. Since your cat does not want to eat the powder form, we do have a soft chew that is similar to a treat you can try instead.
Answer:Thank you for your question. It is suggested to add some water into the food to mix the Angel Eyes into.
Answer:If your dog is a "grazer" if may be difficult to make your pet consume all of it's food. You may want to consider a wet version of dog food just so your pet will consume that small amount that has the Angel eyes on it. Do not entirely switch to the wet dog food as major changes may disturb your pet's digestive system.
Answer:My guess is too fluff up the powder. I sometimes forget but don't think it affects its use at all!
Answer:Thank you for your question. As per the manufacturer's instructions, they instruct that the bottle be shaken up before dispensing to ensure all of the powder is loose.
I have a 120 lb yellow lab with tear stains. What do you recommend?
Answer:Since your Furry Friend is 120lbs you would give 2 teaspoons sprinkled on food (not one).
Answer:Thank you for your question. This is a great product to help remove the tear stains that are on your dog's face.
Answer:I would think it would as our vet said the stains are caused by a bacteria and the Angel Eyes eliminates this bacteria.
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