Join Date: Feb 2012
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Here's my experience. Riley is cream colored. As a pup, he did have tear staining. He came to me eating kibble and I did continue that for a while.
After researching dog foods, I switched him to a rotation of several different brands of canned and commercially prepared raw foods. After he was about a year old, I started treating him with Angel's Eyes. The full recommended dose seemed to upset his stomach so I cut the dose in half. After about 4-6 weeks, the staining started to go away. I gradually tapered off the Angel's Eyes and the staining didn't come back. About 6 months later, I got a brilliant idea(?) to introduce kibble into his diet again. Within 5 days of starting the kibble, the staining started to appear again. And it was a high quality kibble. So for us it seems the Angels Eyes plus staying away from kibble was the winning combo.