This is one of the best and easiest products I've ever used! My lab never used to like to have his ears cleaned but now I wipe his eyes and face first and he relaxes and the ears are no big deal! Will definitely order more and recommend this product!
Best product for tear stains!
from La Mirada, CA10/27/2011
Took 2 wipes to cut through old tear stains on one of my foster dogs & it proved itself to me! Being part of a dog rescue this is going to be VERY valuable to me. HIGHLY recommend it!!!
I have tried many tear wipes on my dog these are the best I love them
Ear and Eye Wipes
by Best Mama
from Ashland, Ohio01/03/2013
Not consistently wet. I was hoping for something to help keep my dog from having "eye boogers". This product isn't it.
Tear Stain Removal
by Derby's Mom
from West Texas11/27/2012
I love this product! I have a golden with a missing tear duct. As a result, he develops tear stains at the corner of the affected eye. These wipes, used twice a day will remove the stain and keep it from returning. I also use them to clean ears. Great product!
Great for CKD and FHV cats
from Kailua, Oahu, Hawaii02/23/2012
Love these wipes. We use them to clean our FHV cats eyes and noses when needed. John Paul Wipes are pH balanced for cats (and dogs,) which means they don't sting the sensitive eye area. The wipes are clean, moist and they must feel good, cause our cats love'm too. Also, they're excellent little face wipers for our spoon-fed CKD kitty.
quick & easy
nice easy to use on ears & eyes, every day, or just when needed
Poor quality - disappointing
The package arrived and was in good condition. When I opened the plastic container, the clear plastic sealer was in tact. I removed it and pulled a sheet up, and it it was bone dry. As we're the remaining sheets. I couldn't find an expire date. I would certainly not recommend it to anyone.
haven't used but once
Just as long as it's safe for the eyes and area around the eye is my major concern, as my vet told me that water burns their eyes like saltwater or chlorine in the water burns human eyes, and it's painful.