Calm Eyes is formulated to sooth itching, irritating, and runny eyes in horses and ponies.
Small Animals: Used to relieve crusty, weepy and irritated eyes. Effectively removes set-in tear stains and restores luster to coat.
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4.50 rating based on 2 reviews
good to have on hand by sandi from South Carolina01/23/2014
we have eleven cats. often we try home remedies before going to the vet for simple health issues.
this is type of product we have on hand for a obvious care of ear wax NOT for an ear infection.
we have cleaned out ears with this product very carefully using cotton balls (never q-tips) to collect the debris and found this product worked well. when the debris returns within a few days it is time to take the cat or dog to the vet. currently I have a cat who has recurring ear infections. I cleaned out her ears and the debris returned quickly. today she went to the vet and received a ear gel antibiotic deep in the ear to clear up the infection. going forward I will be cleaning out her ears with a vet provided medicated ear rinse that clean and medicate the ears in one step every two weeks. with these types of products you need to know when to use and when to draw the line and take the pet to the vet. I recommend having this product in your first aid cabinet and it is worth buying.
Calm Eyes- Amazing by N/A09/25/2008
?What an amazing product the Calm Eyes has done for my three Yorkies and in such a short time. I paid almost $50.00 for a tiny tube for some salve through my Vet and it never began to clear up the problem. After two days of using Calm Eyes, my little dogs? eyes were so clear and bright. I am convinced that it is the best product on the market for a happy, bright eye pet.?