Affordable probiotic formula contains no antibiotics or preservatives. Great for use on dogs such as Samoyeds, Maltese, Bichon Frise, and other white or light-haired dogs prone to tear stains. Delicious 100% natural granules contain the probiotic Lactobacillus acidophilus, found in yogurt, to help restore beneficial bacteria in the body. To support eye health, Miracle Eyes granules contain hyaluronic acid, an important component in the support structure of the eye. Miracle Eyes granules also contain cranberry extract, rich in bioflavonoids, which may help alter bacteria's ability to adhere to body tissues.
Three delicious flavors, including a delicious vanilla-flavored Vegetarian option, helps with food-sensitive dogs, and lets you suit your dog's particular tastes. Use with Doctors Foster and Smith Show Eyes tear stain remover to help round out a tearstain-reducing program for your dogs. Sprinkle granules on your pet's meals.
Please select Chicken or Vegetarian.
Suggested daily use:
per 4 oz
|Up to 10 lbs
|Over 60 lbs
Chicken Liver, Cranberry Juice Powder, Lactobacillus acidophilus, and Hyaluronic Acid.
Ingredients: Brown Rice Powder, Cranberry Juice Powder, Lactobacillus acidophilus, Vanilla Powder, and Hyaluronic Acid.
On many light-colored dogs, especially miniature and toy breeds, you may notice a brown or pink stain on the skin and hair below the inside corner of the eye. This is a common cosmetic problem caused by an overflow of tears onto the cheeks. The color change of the hair and skin occurs when the normal bacteria on the hair and skin react with the clear tears.
In normal animals, tears are constantly produced and drain out through small ducts in the eyelids. The ducts empty into the nose. In animals with blocked ducts, the tears overflow the lids and run down the face.
Tear stains may occur for many reasons, including:
- The more prominent eyes of miniature breeds may cause the eyelid to stretch and may cut off the tear drainage system. Some animals are born with an abnormal drainage system that may or may not be surgically correctable.
- Sometimes, the eyelids turn inward and block the drainage. This may be corrected by surgery.
- Hair can act like a wick, drawing the tears out of the eye. To prevent this, keep the hair around the eye trimmed.
- Tear overflow may be due to excessive tear formation caused by irritation of the eye by a particle of something in the eye, an allergy, or an abnormal eyelid or eyelash which turns inward and rubs against the surface of the eye. Dogs that ride with their heads out the window often get foreign particles lodged in their eyes. Keep the window rolled up part way while driving with your dog.