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How Does Angel Eyes for Dogs Work?
Most pet guardians have seen those unattractive reddish-colored stains around the eyes of other dogs, or maybe your own dog has this common problem. These stains are caused by a compound called “porphyrin” which is found in your pet’s tears and saliva. Porphyrin contains iron so, when this compound is exposed to oxygen, the porphyrins oxidize or “rust,” resulting in the typical discoloration of the fur. Exposure to light can make these stains even worse. You may see the staining on your pet wherever the tears or saliva come in contact with the fur such as around the eyes, around the mouth, and even on the paws if the dog licks excessively. While any dog may have a problem with this staining, it is much more apparent on dogs with white or light-colored fur.
These stains are stubborn and difficult to remove with topical products meant to clean the fur. And worse, a stain remover is only a temporary fix, and does not address the root of the problem. The fur stains will continue to develop unless the cause of the staining is corrected with a product such as Angel Eyes for dogs.
Angel Eyes for dogs works to change the chemistry of the tears by tying up the circulating porphyrins that are responsible for the staining. The ingredients in Angel Eyes for dogs are 100% pure beef liver and Tylosin. It is the Tylosin in the Angel Eyes for dogs that binds with the porphyrins. Consequently, when your pet uses Angel Eyes for dogs, the tears and saliva no longer leave behind the characteristic stain. While Angel Eyes for dogs has no effect on already-stained fur, the new fur growth will be stain free.
Angel Eyes for dogs is easy to use; simply sprinkle the appropriate dose of Angel Eyes for dogs onto your pet’s food every day. After three months, reduce the frequency of Angel Eyes for dogs to four times per week, and after six months you may give Angel Eyes for dogs to you pet twice per week.
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