What are tear stains?
Did you know pet's tears are different from humans? Our cats and dogs tears are usually a rusty-brown colour as they contain waste products from the breakdown of red blood cells, usually naturally occurring molecules called porphyrins that contain iron. Tear stains, therefore, are reddish-brown streaks under your pet's eyes caused by excessive tear production. This can be from a number of reasons including diet, stress, allergies, lodged eyelashes, excess fur around the eyes and medical issues. It is also a lot more prevalent in breeds with lighter-coloured coats.
To deal with tear stains, you can try regularly wiping your pet around their eyes. This will only help once the staining has appeared though, so in order to take an approach to prevent the stains from appearing in the first place, it’s important that you care for your pet's immune system and mucous membranes by providing them with the right nutrition and vitamins from within.
Tear Stain Remover Soft Chews key ingredients
If you’re one of the many pet owners that have lived through the struggle of giving your pet a pill, then you’ll know how great it would be if there was an easier option! Thankfully, Animigo’s Tear Stain Remover supplement comes in easy to take soft chews that make providing your pet with nutrition easier than ever. Perfectly shaped and easy on the mouth, these meaty flavoured chews are a yummy treat your pet will love - and won’t want to spit out! To use, simply give your pet the required amount of chews dependant on their size each day.
(up to 6kg)
Glycerine, Potato Flake, Brewer’s Yeast, Full Fat Linseed, Cranberry Powder (7.4%), Rapeseed Oil, Maltodextrin, Oregon Grape Root (2.5%), Marshmallow Root (1.4%), Tapioca, Eyebright (Euphrasia Officinalis) (0.1%).
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