Natural Eye Stain Remover - Sisterly Love

My daughter's Maltese, Baxter, had eye stain problems until they got a mini Australian Shepherd named Bella. Bella is a natural eye stain remover and keeps her brother's eyes clean by licking them for him! Since they got her, Baxter's eyes stay nice and white. So sweet!!

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Bentley's Eye Stain Remedy

by McKenzie
(Arkansas)


Here is a quick and easy natural eye stain remedy.

**Before bathing**
Mix one teaspoon of each of the following:

- Milk of magnesia
- Corn Starch
- Hydrogen Peroxcide


Mix evenly until pastey and apply on to stained area with Q-tips thick. DO NOT COMPLETELY WASH OFF. Let it dry and then bathe the pup. Apply once every two weeks.

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Aug 19, 2015
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tear stain receipe NEW
by: Anonymous

I don't give my dog a bath can I put this on just before I take my dog to the groomer she goes once a month

Jul 18, 2010
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by: McKenzie

Thanks So much Susan! I told him that someone commented and he litterally chased his tail! Hahaha (•:

And Tammie:
• i use a Qtip and apply layers so it doesnt get in his eyes.
• the bottle of peroxcide says 3% peroxcide. Is that what you were asking?
• and i bought it at Walmart in the first aid isle. Its in a big brown bottle!

Hope that this recipe helps you guys out and that i answered your questions clearly!


Jun 30, 2010
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Ideas?
by: Tammie

My little cruizer has terrible tear stains. I am going to try this but wanted to know more.

- How do you prevent it from getting in his eyes?
- What volume of peroxide do you use?
- And where can you buy the peroxide from?

Thank you! I really hope this helps.
Tammie

Jun 03, 2010
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Bentley's eye stains
by: Susan

Bentley has a beautiful white face, and also very very cute! Hope this will help with my Morkie's stains.

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Rose Hip Milk for Eye Stains

by Thor's Mommy
(USA)

My Maltese Thor had aweful eye stains, and also on his face, under and around his mouth and anywhere where he cleaned. I tried everything from Angel Eyes to baking soda wipes whitening shampoos and, then my vet did a liver level test on Thor and found his liver levels were high and put him on Rose Hip Milk. Two months after he was done with it the stains all went away. The vet said it can be bought at any Health Food Store.

Now my Thor is pure white as he should be. So I suggest to have your vet check their Liver levels if staining is a problem and talk to your vet about the Rose Hip Milk.

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Rose hip milk NEW
by: Ydebb

Could you explain rose hip milk I googled it and all I'm seeing are cleanser and lotions.

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Tear Stain Remedies - Clip Fur

by Valerie
(Australia)

Charlie

Charlie

We adopted Charlie our Beloved Maltese several years ago,he had shocking tear staining to his face also his Paws when he arrived, I tried all sorts of over the counter remedies, NOTHING WORKED!, in desperation I decided to clip the fur around the eye area every two weeks, since keeping the fur clipped short around the eye location there are no issues with staining, he is a senior canine, now 12yrs, however he maintains that puppy appearance, I do all the clipping myself, I tried several groomers but was not impressed with their "rough treatment" of Charlie, he used to snap at them because they obviously hurt him, now when I groom him, he is so relaxed that he even falls asleep whilst I am clipping him, he thinks of it as our quality time together, and loves the pampering, Charlie is the "LOVE" of my life,he adores me and I him! regarding solutions, I really feel that none of them do the job, in fact the chemicals in them are quite unpleasant and the odour affects a dogs sinus, I recommend clipping the fur away from the eye area to reduce dog eye stain! Less stress for you Canine friend!

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Sep 14, 2015
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brush and clip! NEW
by: Merylee

ME TOO! That's how I treat Nahvi's tear staining, wash brush and clip, BY HAND. Nahvi is a 4 yo, cotonese, rescue. She is brushed and face washed daily. I use puppy face wipes, she does tear a lot, I wipe her eyes and her mouth. I use a toothbrush to brush the hair around her muzzle and face. With safety scissors I scissor down the hair around her eyes and muzzle. Keeping it VERY short, keeps tear stains to barely there at all. She learned very quickly to hold still. Using a toothbrush is VERY helpful, gets the hair to stand up makes it easy to cut.

I refuse to feed her antibiotics. An RN for 30+ years, I am against antibiotics for non disease use. I am NOT going to risk her immunity for her appearance.

Mar 10, 2013
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by: Jenlu

I'm so I'm pressed that you do the grooming yourself! I wish I could. I bathe my little guy I just am afraid of the dreaded haircut! I'm not very good! Your fellow is precious.

Jul 21, 2011
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I agree
by: lorraine

I also trim the hair around the corners of my dogs also. I use thinning scissors so that it doesn't look chopped. The big plus is that I can see right into their eyes too. Lorraine

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Remove Dog Tear Stain with MOM Formula

by Katie
(Kennesaw, GA)

Disco's Eye Stain Before Using MOM

Disco's Eye Stain Before Using MOM

I just got a Maltese Poodle or Maltipoo named Disco. He had very bad tear stains, so I decided to try a solution using products I already had.

I mixed up equal parts of Milk of Magnesia and Peroxide with a little bit of Corn Starch to make a paste (just thick enough so that it stays on the hair under the eyes). I applied it under his eyes to leave overnight.

When I washed it out in the morning, the tear stains were 90% gone. Now I give him 1/2 a Tums a day to keep the tear stains away and only use the MOM formula once a month.

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Mar 13, 2015
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Tylosin NEW
by: Erin M

I use 1 drop on both my Maltese' food daily. Clears up the tear stains in a week. I work for a vet and that is the active ingredient in many otc more expensive products.

Jan 01, 2014
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tums NEW
by: Anonymous

Should Not give Tums to dogs (unless your vet tells you to)

Oct 29, 2012
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Tear Stains NEW
by: Anonymous

Hi my name is Raeann and I have 2 puppies that are 7 weeks old, and are getting the red tear stains in the corner of there eyes, and I would like to try the mom to get rid of the stains. Do I put the ointment on before I use the mom, and What kind of ointment. Please let me know... my email is raeann42@gmail.com
Thank you

Jul 21, 2012
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Rescue Dog with bad tear stains NEW
by: Kim

Hello
I have a rescue dog Maltese min poodle that I just became his new Mommy a week ago. He has really bad Eye and mouth stains. I want to try the MOM formula, do I have to put a hood on him?
Thank you for any and all help!
Kim

Jun 20, 2012
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mouth stains???? NEW
by: Anonymous

I have a Yorkie/maltese mix and she has bad mouth stains I don't thing MOM would work because of the licking. She doesn't have eye problems because I take care of that, but the mouth is the problem WHAT TO DO?????

May 02, 2012
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MOM works, I have tried this NEW
by: Anonymous

the MOM formula works, Tums does not work. I have using it for 6 months and nothing. I will be taking my dog off of Tums.

Dec 30, 2011
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Look at this before trying oral tear stain products NEW
by: Anonymous

After being caught in the "Best Tear Stain Products" War, and reading one company demise another for antibiotic use I looked up ingredients of what appears as the two top oral products offered in the U.S. One uses Tylosin Tartate. Tartate being a derivitive such as an enzyme or salt of the Tylosin which is used as a broad spectrum gram negative antibiotic (resources:Wikipedia for both terms). The other company who points fingers at the company using the antibiotic, I found Eyebright (Euphrasia Officialis) listed as a Herb primarily used for short-term use of "pink-eye." And, side effects include, severe itching, changes in vision, redness and eye swelling and photophobia or intolerance to light. And, it has had limited studies for human consumption. I found no studies related to pet consumption. In ending, I have to say finding your home remedy is a delight, however, because I will be using it primarily for saliva stains, I will probably use it as a daily wash/rinse to avoid/limit any MOM ingestion. Perhaps, with daily use, I'll have the same effect. J.Annette

Dec 03, 2010
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Vet recommended
by: Anonymous

I called my vet today and they actually recommended using tums to prevent tear stains :)

Dec 19, 2009
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Clear Tears doggy eye stain remover
by: Stephanie

I have been using Clear Tears to clear the eye and coat stains on beagle named Bonnie and it works great. You can check this product out at cleartearsonline.com

Thanks for reading.

Stephanie

http://cleartearsonline.com/

Aug 28, 2009
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tear stains
by: TBenz

Make sure that you use an eye ointment before applying the mom method, to protect your pets eyes. Also, be careful when using a product containing antibiotics in puppies who have not cut their adult teeth. It can cause their adult teeth to come in discolored. You may also try adding a teaspoon of white vinegar to their filtered drinking water.

Dec 30, 2008
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tums is not safe
by: Anonymous

please do not give your dog antacids for prolonged periods it can cause numerous problems:

1. constipation
2. reduced medicine efficiency
3. excess acid production
4. kidney failure
5. hypercalcemia
6. tums is full of dangerous artificial sweetners

Also "clear tears" is antibiotic based (tylosin)

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tear stain/MOM formula
by: myepen


is TUMS 1/2 tab given by mouth or do you also make a solution out of it?
Thanks for the good tip!

Aug 04, 2008
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MOM Formula
by: Katie

Just go to this page on the site and it has the MOM recipe:

http://www.maltesemaniac.com/maltese-eyestain-solutions2.html

Aug 04, 2008
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Tear
by: Anna Kingdom

Hello,

Could you also send me the recipe of the mom recipe? my e-mail address is anna_kingdom@hotmail.com

Thank you,
Anna

Jun 23, 2008
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tear stain remover
by: Anonymous

I have to admit the MOM formula does work great. i use Clear Tears (http://cleartearsonline.com) to keep the stains from coming back.

Oct 19, 2007
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How much of each ingredient for the MOM formula?
by: Zenda

Hello I have 2 very cute puppies one maltese and a pekingese, I was just wondering how much of each ingriendent was i suppose to mix in?? I bought all 3 items but i didnt know if it was suppose to be liquidy or a heavy paste type, I'm really confused if someone knows how much of the milk magnesia, peroxide solution and corn starch im suppose to mix in please help my puppies and I!

Please e-mail me the answer if you would at

cpklawzenda@yahoo.com

Thank you!

Sep 07, 2007
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Great Idea
by: Marilynn

Sounds like a great idea. I'll try it!

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Saline solution helps Tear Stains

by Fran
(Chesa., VA)

Wipe stains twice a day with cotton ball soaked in Saline solution Thimerasol free. A vet told me about it years ago.

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No Dog Eye Stain - Fluffy

by Isha
(Chuncheon, S Korea)

hey, i'm Fluffy, i have a clean face, no stain or what so ever.

hey, i'm Fluffy, i have a clean face, no stain or what so ever.

I use a hot towel to remove dog eye stain on my Maltese - do this every time immediately after dog has been fed. Use fairly hot water and wet a small towel and wipe your dog's eyes and nose and mouse, if possible, the teeth, too. I do three time a day at least, it is easy if you make it a routine.

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Mar 15, 2011
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Fluffy
by: Little Miss Muffit

Fluffy is beautiful. I totally agree that keeping their eyes wiped off prevents the ugly stains you see on some white-furred pets. I think it is a sign of neglect. It's part of a white dog's grooming. Muffit wakes up with "goobers" in the corner of her eyes. I brush her teeth and wash her face daily. I have used "Angel Eyes" and some other cleaners, but the cheapest and simplest method is exactly what you are doing. Good job!

Mar 15, 2011
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Gorgeous!
by: Anonymous

What a PRETTY baby your Fluffy is!!!!!!! Good job on your grooming!!!

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Remove Dog Eye Stain with Vinegar and Water


(Emma)

It started when my angel was around a year old. As she got older her dog eye stain was in blobs and I tried heaps of things 2 get rid of it. A little bit of vinegar and water cleared it and softened it and I pulled it off with a tissue. It came away easily after it is wet but I haven't found a way 2 get rid of the stain altogether.

P.S watch the dogs eyes you don't want any going in your precious dogs eyes :)

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Oct 22, 2009
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keep em white and clean
by: Anonymous

try feeding "angel eyes" and also using something like "stay white secret: to wipe the outside of the eye rims daily. i've cleaned up many a white dog with this method and they stay nice and white.

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Simple Way to Reduce Eye Stain

by Doreen
(Rhode Island)

Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas
Just hanging out

I just use a face cloth, water and Kleenex. From the minute he woke up in the morning, I would wipe his eyes with a Kleenex then with a small comb with tiny teeth, you know the one that's big on one end an smaller on the other, well I'd comb the hair around the eyes, get all the little crust out then wash it wit a warm face cloth or paper towel. Then I would check his eyes all day if they were wet I'd wipe with a Kleenex, sometimes I'd have to cut the hair around his eyes and I did that every day for 15 yrs and they stayed clean, I'm on Maltese number 2 and do the same thing. I swear by that.

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Jan 22, 2015
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Good Solution
by: Katie

Sounds like a good solution to the eye stain problem if you have the time and patience. You are such a good Mom to your little Maltese!

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Dog's Own Saliva Fixes Eye Stain

Let your dog lick your finger frequently and wipe out the corner of the eye. The natural enzymes in the saliva very slowly break down the dark colouring and it is the most simple technique.

Works with any dog to keep their eyes clean. It is just so hard to transfer enough themselves on fluffy dogs!

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Water and Soft Cloth for Tear Stains

by Doreen
(RI)

Ana Little Love

Ana Little Love

I have had one Maltese for 13 yrs, which I had to put down last March. Which I haven't gotten over yet, not even a little, still crying, but back to the tear stains from day 1 to about 5 months I tried every thing, but I must add I also washed her eyes 5 or 6 times a day and all the dis coloring went away.

I used to cut the hair around her eyes also, people use to stop me an asked what I used, my reply was water an a soft face cloth, and I also combed her eyes 2 times a day, you know, because of the little eye bloggers an crust, he had the cleanest eyes ever. I'm on Maltese number 2 and I do the same. He also has clean eyes, try it!

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Dec 27, 2014
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Too wet? Try cornstarch. NEW
by: Judi

Try cornstarch. After wiping off the eye-boogers with warm water, wipe with a Kleenex and then rub a little cornstarch in. It absorbs a lot of water quickly so you can comb it out (with a little mustache comb) within minutes.

Dec 12, 2014
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tear staining NEW
by: Jill Jackson

i also have my first maltese pup, almost 4 months old. I am having problems with tear staining, and have tried wipes. How do you keep the area dry!! it is constantly wet???

Dec 12, 2014
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tear staining NEW
by: Jill Jackson

i also have my first maltese pup, almost 4 months old. I am having problems with tear staining, and have tried wipes. How do you keep the area dry!! it is constantly wet???

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Trimming Hair Stops Tear Staining

by Paula
(Auckland NZ)

Bling Bling

Bling Bling

Bling Bling

I have had my Maltese Bling Bling since she was 3 months old, I started to notice the tear staining when she was around 4-5 months old - I tried the tear stain removing products from the pet store - they helped a little but didn't completely remove it.

I paid close attention to the tears & staining and noticed that the tears were produced when stands of hair got caught in her eyes so I very gently trimmed around to eyes - to my surprise the tears stopped and subsequently, so did the staining. She is now 6 years old and has no prominent tear staining at all.

I often have people comment about the lack of staining and how clean her face looks. Granted it is an exercise that I need to perform every few months however she is quite familiar with the protocol and is super patient sitting very still for me. Be very careful to ensure no harm to your beloved Maltese.

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Jul 06, 2015
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Staining
by: Anonymous

My Morkie had very badly stained and matted eyes. I trimmed the worst part and began using spring water. Her eyes look great after a few weeks. She does have some discoloration around her mouth from drinking and eating close together.

Dec 11, 2014
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Keeping eye hair short
by: Anonymous

I find my little boy Barney wriggles so much when I groom him. What is the best way to hold him

Aug 21, 2014
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Tear Staining
by: Ruth

My little boy Dexter has had tear staining and after trying all the stain removal products I chanced upon 'ANGELS EYES' and now Dexter has aid eyes, he has been stain free for 5 years now. It can be bought through Amazon.

Aug 21, 2014
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Tear Stains
by: Morag Bates

Yes, I agree about trimming under the inner corner of the eye however tear stains and stains around the mouth is also due to diet.

If you feed wet tinned food it is full of dye and chemicals and causes staining. Some dried food is the same.

You know what they say - you are what you eat !

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Milk for Cleaning Eye Stains

by Danielle Malka
(Montreal,Quebec,Canada)


Yes cleaning the eye stain with milk is the only solution that works! I've tried it on my Maltese Bijoux.

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Less Dog Eye Stain with these Grooming Tools

by Donna
(Southlake, TX)

One way to decrease dog eye stain is using the right grooming tools. A long-time groomer said she never uses a shaver between the eyes. Said that can injure/irritate tear ducts and cause/increase staining. She only uses safety blunted scissors.

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Using Warm Water to Remove Tear Stains

by Emily Maldonado
(Lawrence, MA)

I have a Maltese male and I was wondering what can I do to remove those stains. So what I did was get a cloth and put warm water on the tear stains every day, morning and night. So then it started removing! It's amazing RIGHT!

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Oct 15, 2012
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tear stains NEW
by: disodude

I read somewhere that the stains were a type of yeast infection. So I made sure his food containes no wheat/yeast. Then I feed him one teaspoon of plain yogart dailey for about 2 weeks and his eyes cleared up completely. Now I give him 1 teaspoon of plain yogart every 3 0r 4 days and his eyes have been stain free for almost 6 months now.

Nov 30, 2007
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Tear Stains
by: carol

You are doing what I do, just bathe those eyes daily and sometimes I put some "tears" in. Lucky doesn't mind and he has no tear stains. When I see a little sign, I start cleaning him.

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Remove Dog Eye Stain with Hot Water

by Ororoh Mon Ro
(Houston Texas)

One way to remove dog eye stain is with hot water. When you have a Maltese pup or older dog that has tear stains you can try to put VERY hot water on a thinly spaced comb and comb through the stains.

This only works if you do it daily or weekly. Be careful not to get the hot water in your dog's eyes!

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Lemon Juice and Boric Acid Powder

by Joe
(Charleston, SC)

I had heard many years ago that boric acid powder was good for eye staining. It is the ingredient in commercial eye wash for people. It can be found in the drug store. I apply this powder to a clean and dry face, making sure not to get any in the mouth.

Well remember how lemon juice use to lighten hair in the sun? I decided to make a paste of lemon juice and boric acid powder. It worked great. I used the concentrated juice in the green bottle. It took a couple of applications, but did work.

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Dog Tear Stain Remover - Peroxide

by Kevin
(Florida)

A great dog tear stain remover is half and half mixture of distilled water and peroxide, works wonders! Be careful not to get in dogs eyes. I use a q tip.

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Mar 14, 2011
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Question???
by: Jeri

What type of peeroxide did you use? And do you put it on and let it dry by itself? And how often do you do it?

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Hydrogen Peroxide and Conditioner

I mix my hair conditioner with Hydrogen Peroxide (ratio 2 conditioner to 1 HP)and brush it onto the stains with a tooth brush about 5 minutes before I shampoo my Maltese. By the time I bath her head the stains just disappear!

I use a toothbrush so I can be really careful around her eyes and a thick hair conditioner so the mix stays in place.

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Soothing Collyrium for Fresh Eyes

by Debra Babski
(Fredonia NY)

You can get Collyrium For Fresh Eyes at any drug store, for under $10.00. One drop in each eye, in the morning and one drop each eye at night. Works for my Havanese and my Maltese. This is the best price we found.

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Dog Tear Stain Remover - Polysporin

I found that Polysporin First Aid Antibiotic Ointment works well as a dog tear stain remover when they start to get red and soreness under the eyes. Works well at combatting any infection and loosening up the gunk that clogs their tear ducts.


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Changing Locations Helped Eyestain

by Lori
(Seattle, WA USA)

Nena with red tears in spain using Pretty Eyes

Nena with red tears in spain using Pretty Eyes

Nena with red tears in spain using Pretty Eyes
Luna- clear eyes in spain
Luna in  USA- new mommy with bad case of red tearing

I want to tell everyone that reads this that I am stumped to what has happened to the change of red tearing in both my Maltese by simply changing locations. There has to be some answer: I am an American that moved to Alicate, Spain, along the Mediterranean sea. I purchased two Maltese female puppies that are nine months different in age. The older Maltese, Nena, always had eye staining and I used Pretty Eyes daily to keep the red to a minimum. The second Maltese puppy, Luna, had no staining what-so-ever. After 2 years, we moved to Washington, State.

Since we have moved here, our older Maltese no longer has tear staining and needs no products. The younger Maltese, Luna, that had no tear staining, now has tear staining and lots of it! I gave her a months supply of Tear Stain tablets by NatureVet and they were beginning to work. We then bred her and had to stop the supplements. Will start back after the puppies are old enough not to need moms milk. (her puppies are 2 days old)

By the way, both girls remained on the same dog food, Royal Canin, in both countries. If anyone can figure out the change of location connection, which I am sure there has to be one. Maybe the tear staining problem can be completely resolved. I would love to hear some comments to this question of location. Wish I could give my email, but please comment!

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Dog Eye Stains Home Remedy

by Ron Williams
(Lions Bay BC Canada)


We got rid of dog eye stains by using home cooked dog food. Having had two Maltese Poodles (Father and daughter) there was an early time in their lives they developed red eye stain to start with. My wife slowly weened them off of hard kibble and went to natural good foods such as greens, carrots, broccoli, brown rice, fish and meats. All served after light steaming, to contain the food benefit.

Quite rapidly the red eye stain went and after cleansing eyes and slowly trimming off the red stain hair as it grew they became clear of any like problem. We enjoyed our Beau (the father) for 17 1/2 yrs and he slipped badly over that last six months and we were forced to make that awful decision.

Now his daughter Buttons (daughter) is 16/12, has so much spirit still but badly losing hearing and site. She handles herself well in our home but removed she becomes very disorientated. She is very active still in her comfort zone
and hopefully she will be with us for a while yet. She is so clinging and attentive to us and we cherish her every day we have her.

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Brown stains under her eye
by: Anonymous

I bought angel eyes and tried yo mix it with her food and
Water but no success she knows and does not like it
Any ideas on how to get brown stain under her eyed
She is 3 years old . Hot water did not work.
You can reach me st my hot mail
Tmarji @hotmail.com
Thanks

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