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"I have 2 small dogs, one is a senior and has stomach issues. I use this in conjunction with the hemp soft chews. The difference I see in just my senior dog alone is day and night. She has arthritis and a sensitive stomach. This has helped with her mobility and appetite. She’s got her pep back in her step and she now looks forward to eating."

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"I gave our 2 five month old pups a bath with this and it seemed to help with their itchiness. It made their coats very soft and shiny. I will continue to use this, and can tell more later, since they are still adjusting to being bathed . They love playing in the water in their pool, but the bathtub...not so much 😂"

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Fast & Easy Way to Remove Tear Stains Naturally

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Fast & Easy Way to Remove Tear Stains Naturally

Posted by Blagoja Kitanoski on
Updated at: June 18, 2020

Fast & Easy Way to Remove Tear Stains NaturallyPurEyes® Natural Tear Stain Remover

Tearing and staining of the eyes is a common dog and cat condition. In dogs, it occurs especially in small dog breeds with short noses, wrinkles and long hair such as shih-tzu, bulldogs, pekingese, maltese, pugs, cocker spaniels and dachshunds and in cats with flat faces such as Persians, British Longhair and Shorthair, Exotic Shorthair, Chinchilla and Himalayan.

The eyes produce a reddish, rust or brownish tear that sticks and stains the fur. It can be unpleasant for your pet and not easy to wipe off. Using a product that does not harm your pet nor the environment is best suited for the job.

Causes of tearing in dogs and cats:

  • parasites
  • fungal
  • viral and bacterial infections
  • inverted eyelid or ingrown eyelash
  • allergies 
  • tear duct malformation
  • stress 
  • medical conditions such as glaucoma
  • uveitis
  • cancer
  • cherry eye
  • injury or trauma
  • weather irritations
  • poor diet

Using a product such as PurEyes® Natural Tear Stain Remover helps to remove the hard to clean stains on your dog's face without antibiotics or harsh chemicals. The ingredients are all 100% natural and safe for all dogs & cats over 2 months old. PurEyes Tear Stain Remover for DogsMain ingredients are purified water, chamomile oil and aloe vera. The purified water has been processed to remove impurities. Chamomile is from the sunflower family. It is a natural anti-inflammatory, antifungal and antimicrobial that helps the skin regain its health. Aloe vera is a plant from the Lily family. This herb cools, soothes and disinfects the skin. Cornstarch is a moisture-absorbing powder and an odorless deodorizer. Xanthan gum is a natural sugar used to stabilize the product. Other natural cleansing ingredients include sodium bicarbonate and sodium borate. No need to refrigerate the product. Keep away from heat and direct sunlight. For external use only, do not give internally to your pet. Alcohol and sulfate free.

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