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Who knows: "The eye solution" ?

I´ve bought in NYC "The eye solution" Formulated by Dr. Miller.It should prevent eye stain. (Röschen had problems with it, during teethchange) .I don´t want to make anything wrong or give somthing unhealthy. Has anybody any experience with this liquid ? It was recomended by an employee of a petstore.

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What is the active ingredient?

You can use baby powder or baking soda to keep the area dry, and what I did..I alternated hydrogen peroxide and fresh squeezed lemon juice and it took her stain out completely. It left the fur a little dry, but white. I just had to keep extra conditioner on it for awhile, but its pretty much back to normal.

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Contains:Natural Malt Syrup, Apple Cider Vinegar, Vitamin B1, B2, B 12, Vitamin C,A,D,E, Garlic, Brewers Yeast, Astragalus, Ginger

The formula should be the result of Dr. Burton Miller´s 15 Year project and should change the chemistry of the tears.

I do not believe that really.

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I think I will try the tip with the lemon juice, thank you.

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i use angel eyes and love it. my dog should receive 1/4 teaspoon and i give him 1/8 teaspoon, every other day (they recommend everyday) his eyes were so stained, iused it everyday for about 2 weeks and then went to every other day for maintenance. if things clear up completely, i might go to every 3rd day. i never give the recommended dosage to my dog, i belive they tend to recommend too much so that you can buy more product. my dog also has been allergies and they were able to make the angel eyes with chicken
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Contains:Natural Malt Syrup, Apple Cider Vinegar, Vitamin B1, B2, B 12, Vitamin C,A,D,E, Garlic, Brewers Yeast, Astragalus, Ginger

The formula should be the result of Dr. Burton Miller´s 15 Year project and should change the chemistry of the tears.

I do not believe that really.
That's really interesting? I wonder how it changes the ph of the tears? The key is..to keep the fur dry, even if they are tearing...because the tears themselves don't stain, the fur stains because it stays wets for too long and grows yeast. So, even if you dab baby powder or baking soda on it once a night, you should see an improvement.

They sell this stuff in the US called "Sun in", have you heard of it? Or have a similar product?? It is a spray on hair lightener? It is basically peroxide and lemon juice..that would work well, too.

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Martina, I haven't heard of it before, but by the ingredients I am guessing that this is something you give orally or add to food. It isn't a topical treatment, is it? It reminds me of the Pawier formula.

I think Kara (Thumperlove) is talking about hydrogen peroxide & lemon juice used topically (on the stained hair).
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You can get AngelEyes from www.crystalsnowdancers.com (netherlands) send her an e-mail and ask for it, it's not on her website yet....tell her I forwarded you. 25 euro for a bottle that gives you enough for weeks.....but after 14 days you'll see it clear up....you can cut away the already stained strand of hair, and after 3 weeks it's cleared up fully the tears (the colour of the tears will no longer be pink but transparent) and then you give it one more week lowering the dose and then stop. Don't go on for 6 months like the bottle says...
I spoke to my vet about it....

PS: I feed it to her mixed with yoghurt, she loves it!

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because the tears themselves don't stain, the fur stains because it stays wets for too long and grows yeast.
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Kara I have to disagree partly with you on this one.....
I can of course only speak for Sierra's case...
Her tears were actually pinkish to start off with.....on a white tissue it would be pink....
After using AngelEyes the tears became colourless like our human tears...

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Yes, I've heard that can happen (colored tearing) but more often than not, that would be from food or infection. I think every dog is different.

Gucci's tears have always been clear, she'll get grayish eye boogers sometimes, but I pick those out.

Oh, yes..and I'm talking about topical application, not ingested!

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