Dog Eye Care: Show Eyes® Tear Stain Remover by Drs. Foster & Smith
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Show Eyes Tear Stain Remover by Drs. Foster & Smith

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Drs. Foster & Smith Show Eyes® Tear Stain Remover
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Frequently Asked Questions

Q.  What is the active ingredient in Show Eyes Remover that removes tear stains?
A.  The active ingredient in Show Eyes that removes your pet's tear stains is Ammonyx Cetac.  

Q.  How long before I see a difference in my dog's tear stains?
A.  The amount of time that it takes for your dog's tear stains to disappear depends on the size and intensity of the stains. Most of our customers report seeing a great improvement in 2-5 days.  

Q.  Do you have to rub the Show Eyes Remover excessively to remove the stains?
A.  No. Gently rub Show Eyes Remover over the stained areas to remove dirt and bacteria; excessive rubbing could damage the tissue around your dog's eyes. Consistent use is the best way to remove stains.  

Q.  How often can I use Show Eyes Remover on my dog?
A.  For tough stains we recommend using it 3 times a day for the first week to break up the stain. Once the stain has been broken up, you can safely use daily to keep the area stain free. 

Q.  How do I apply the Show Eyes?
A.  Apply Show Eyes to a cotton swab and swab the tear and/or saliva stained areas. Rub gently then immediately rinse with warm water to remove debris, oil, and excess solution. Show Eyes Pads are very easy to use and contain the exact amount of Show Eyes Solution that you need.  

Q.  Should I place an ophthalmic ointment in the eye while cleaning with Show Eyes Remover?
A.  Yes. We recommend placing Protective Ophthalmic Ointment in your dog's eyes before using Show Eyes. It helps protect your dog's eyes from the solution. If you get Show Eyes in your dog's eyes you should gently rinse with warm water. 

Q.  How do I prevent Show Eyes from getting into my dog's eyes?
A.  The first thing that you should do to help ensure that you do not get any Show Eyes Remover in your dog's eyes is to apply Protective Ophthalmic Ointment to your dog's eyes. It is also good to apply only as much Show Eyes Solution as you'll need to the cotton swab before cleaning your dog's eyes to ensure that the swab doesn't leak extra solution into your dog's eyes. Our Show Eyes Pads have premeasured solution soaked into them to help ensure that there won't be too much waste or run off when you use them. If you do get some solution into your dog's eyes, you should gently flush the affected eye with warm water.  

Q.  Can Show Eyes be used on dogs at any age?
A.  Drs. Foster & Smith Show Eyes can be used on dogs of any age. Simply follow the directions on the back of the package for the best results.  

Q.  Can Show Eyes Solution be used on cats?
A.  We do not recommend using Show Eyes on cats; they are made for dogs only. 

Q.  What are the Show Eyes Pads made out of and do they have an odor?
A.  Show Eyes Pads are made of rayon and polyester and are treated with Drs. Foster & Smith Show Eyes for ease in application. They have a mild, clean scent.  

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