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Angel Eyes Tear Stain Remover: Remove Those Red Stains Fast

Updated on January 6, 2011

Angel Eyes For Dogs

Angel Eyes Tear Stain Remover is probably the best product out their for removing those unsightly red stains that appear on your dogs mouth and eyes. The red tear stains are quite common on your smaller dogs and white dogs. This is nothing bad but mostly unsightly for us.

Their are tons of products out their from wipes, to liquids, and powders all claiming to remove tear stains from your dog. But do they really? I asked dozens of people using the store products and about 90% of them told me they didn't work the only thing that did was the shampoo, but that is dangerous getting that close to the dogs eye. Angel Eyes Tear Stain Remover is the one thing I recommend to people. I tell them yes the price is a little high but it will be well worth it. Everyone that I talked to got results usually in about 2 weeks, your saying 2 weeks! Tha'ts a long time not really when the effective is more permanent.

The Angel Eyes Tear Stain Remover works because it has a slight medication in it that helps break down the yeast which causes that red look to their tear stains. See the yeast attaches it's self to the wet fur from your dogs clear tears and it becomes a breeding pool for red yeast. No need to freak out because their is no pill to force on ot your dog for this, or abrasive wipes, or messy powders. You simply add the Angel Eyes onto the food and your dog eats it.

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100-percent pure beef liver, tylosin as tartrate

Nutrition Facts
Crude protein (min.) 67.6%
Crude fat (min.) 10.6%
Crude fiber (min.) 0.1%
Moisture (min.) 6.0%
Ash (max.) 4.8%

Special Instructions
Puppies (up to three months): 1/8-teaspoon daily
Dogs 2 to 5 pounds: 1/4-teaspoon daily
Dogs 5 to 8 pounds: 1/2-teaspoon daily
Dogs 8 to 12 pounds: 3/4-teaspoon daily
Dogs 12 pounds and up: 1-teaspoon daily

Kittens (up to three months): 1/8-teaspoon daily
Kittens 2 to 5 pounds: 1/4-teaspoon daily
Cats 5 to 8 pounds: 1/2-teaspoon daily
Cats 8 to 12 pounds: 3/4-teaspoon daily
Cats 12 pounds and up: 1-teaspoon daily

Angel Eyes Side Effects

Their are no known side effects, but for best results you will need to trim hair away from treated area until new fur comes through.  Also Angel Eyes is safe for everyday use.  After 3 months you can reduce the amount to 4 times a week.


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