Angel Eyes for Dogs - Tear Stain Remover - Paw Wash Plus

Some common factors that can irritate a dog’s eyes and cause excessive tearing are:
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Staying committed to keeping your dog tear stain-free will require your dedication to your grooming regimen. No product can get rid of tear stains in one go (though you’ll be surprised at how many of them promise to do so). Good things come to those who wait, and stain-free puppy eyes come to those who clean it regularly.

The best thing that you can do for your dog today is purchase our popular tear stain remover and join the thousands of groomers, vets, and dog owners that have clean and happy dogs!
The tearing might be caused by eye irritation. If your dog’s eyes are always irritated, you need to eliminate the source of the irritation.
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Mix 1 tablespoon Milk of Magnesia with 1 tablespoon hydrogen peroxide. Hydrogen peroxide blanches the dark brown stains that white dogs develop near their tear ducts. Add enough cornstarch to make a thick paste -- about 1 tablespoon. Spread the solution on your dog's tear stains, taking care to avoid getting it in his eyes. Let it set for several hours and wash with a wet wash cloth dipped in warm water. Comb out the hair near your dog's eyes. This not only smooths hair away from your dog's eyes, helping prevent eye irritation and watering, but also helps break up residue collecting near the eyes. Repeat the process on a daily basis until stains fade. Excessive tearing can occur as a result of a constant irritation to your dog’s eyes or because your dog’s tears are not draining properly.
Photo provided by PexelsExcessive tearing can occur as a result of irritation to your ’s eyes or because your dog’s tears are not  properly.
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Face staining is a simple process. First it must be appreciated that tears are absolutely necessary to maintain the eyes. However, when a dog's eyes make more tears than its drains can properly accomodate, there is necessarily an undesirable overflow onto the face. This keeps the face hair wet and wet hair soon becomes discolored.Tear stains develop when a dog’s tears accumulate on their fur providingthe perfect breeding ground for bacteria and yeast to grow. As a result, thehair underneath their eyes appears stained. Also during these 10 days I clean his face twice daily and keep the dog happy. Being very careful not to irritate his eyes and assuring the dog that he is the greatest, I touch a cotton swab to the inner corner of each eye and roll up and remove any hair or matter collected there. With a syringe, I put warm water just on the tear-stained hair and gently dry with a tissue and cornstarch. Then, with the top hair in a knot, I wipe stray hairs away from his eyes with a little petroleum jelly. If the water seems to be drying his face hair, I treat it also with a little petroleum jelly. This product helps hair but is not water soluble nor easily removed. If used within a few days before a show, it's too difficult to avoid a "greasy kid" look., All this positive face attention can lift the dog's spirits and make him feel good about himself He is also getting everything to bring out his best.Dog genetics will alsodetermine the dog’s coat type. A dog with long hair can experience eye irritation from long hair on the face thatcomes in contact with the eyes, leading to tearing and ultimately, tearstaining. Your dog may also haveallergies to dust or other similar allergens that irritate the eyes, causingthe dog’s eyes to tear. Smoking aroundyour dog may also irritate his eyes causing them to tear excessively.While this common problem in dogs is often thought to be merely cosmetic rather than a health issue, you should have him examined. Tearing may due to irritation of his eyes. If he is squinting or rubbing his eyes, there is some degree of discomfort that needs to be addressed.