Remove unsightly stains from the hair around your pet's eyes and mouth and help prevent them from returning. Tears and saliva can cause discoloration of the hair around the eyes and folds of the mouth. Show Eyes contains ingredients that chemically change stains, eliminating discolored streaks. Also contains soothing Aloe Vera and Vitamin E. Starts working immediately. Great for dogs on the show circuit. Show Eyes Solution may be applied to stained areas with a cotton ball. Show Eyes Pads are saturated with gentle solution and can be applied directly to the stained area. Do not use directly in the eye. If using near the eyes, place a sterile, protective ophthalmic ointment, like Puralube® Vet Ointment, into the eyes before use. Rinse with warm water immediately after using, to remove debris, oils and solution. Treat affected areas regularly to prevent reccurrence. For dogs only.
Show Eyes Solution
DO NOT PLACE IN EYES. If using near the eyes, place a sterile, protective ophthalmic ointment into the eyes before use. Apply Show Eyes solution to a cotton swab and gently wipe the tear and/or saliva stained areas. Do not rub. Rinse area immediately with warm water to remove debris, oils and solution. Can be used daily. For dogs only. Keep out of reach of children and pets to prevent unwanted consumption.
Show Eyes Pads
DO NOT PLACE IN EYES. If using near the eyes, place a sterile, protective ophthalmic ointment into the eyes before use. Using clean hands, remove the top pad and gently wipe the stained area, using a clean pad for each area. Do not rub. Rinse immediately with warm water to remove debris, oils and solution. Can be used daily. For dogs only. Keep out of reach of children and pets to prevent unwanted consumption.
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Water, Cetrimonium Chloride, Sodium Chloride, Propylene Glycol, Aloe Vera Gel, Diazolidinyl Urea, Sodium
Hydroxide, Methylparaben, Propylparaben, Monopotassium Phosphate, Vitamin E Acetate.
Preventing infection can be as easy as keeping your dog's eyes clean. Here are some steps to follow to prevent infections from happening.
- Trim hair from around your pet's eyes using blunt-nosed scissors. Keeping hair from scraping on the eye will help prevent bacteria from getting into the eye.
- By making sure the corners of your pet's eyes are mucus-free, you may be able to prevent infections. Bacteria often feed on mucus and can migrate into the eye. Using sterile veterinary eyewash such as Eye Clens® Eye Wash is a convenient way to do this.
- Keep your pet from situations where he may get eye trauma. Fights with other animals, exposure to irritating substances, or letting your pet hang his head out of the car window are three preventable situations when your pet could receive eye trauma.
- Tearstains are also an area that may become a hotbed for bacteria. Some dogs, such as Poodles, Cockers, and small terriers, may not have the proper mechanism for draining the tears out of the lacrimal gland (tear duct). The excess tears spill down the lower eyelid causing unsightly staining. Trimming hair around the eye, keeping the eye clean, and using tear stain remover can all help.