Tear Stain Mystery?
There are many different causes for tear stains, everything ranging from allergies, clogged tear ducts, to excessive tearing. Not only do the stains mar the cuteness of your pooch's face, but due to the constant moistness they can also foster fleas and become breeding grounds for yeast and bacteria. Yikes. At least we're able to go get facials!
If your dog does have stains, there are two products that work very well in tandem for getting rid of the discoloration. By using both together, you're assured maximum effectiveness (and a soft furry face to die for). In essence, this is a facial for your dog, and you need G.W. Little's exclusive Beauty-Duo: Angels' Eyes and Eye Envy
Angels' Eyes attacks tear stains from the inside out. It comes in powdered form which is sprinkled over your dog's food and works so that the new hair growth comes in clean. It also helps prevent staining around the mouth and legs due to excessive licking.
By using both products together you're able to attack tear stains both from the inside and the outside, ensuring faster results. Both of these products are top of the line so you can rest assured that they will not be harmful to your pet. Both are safe to use on pregnant dogs and puppies over 7 weeks.
Eye Envy is a topical stain remover that works on the hair itself. Their pads contain a cleanser, an astringent, and even an anti-bacterial. Unlike many other similar products, it does not contain harsh bleaches or dyes, which often make the hair more porous and allows the stains to set in (making them even harder to get rid of).
If you're ready to start seeing your pooch's true face again, try this double-pronged approach to tear stain removal. Now, if you could only find something this effective for your wrinkles…