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VetClassics Tear Stain Powder

Helps eliminate tear stains

Species: Dog Cat
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VetClassics Tear Stain Powder

Helps eliminate tear stains

Species: Dog Cat
FREE shipping over $49
Ships Free!
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during checkout
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Product description

VetClassics Tear Stain Powder helps eliminate unsightly tear stains and helps to prevent new tear stains from forming. It helps remove tear stains from the inside out.

  • Helps Remove Tear & Saliva Stains
  • Helps Lubricate Mucous Membranes
  • Helps Support the Immune System
Key ingredients
  • Cranberry
  • Lutein
  • Eyebright
  • Oregon Grape Root
  • Marshmallow Root

Active ingredients

Active Ingredients Per Enclosed 1.7cc Scoop or 1/3 tsp:
Cranberry Extract 105 mg
Oregon Grap Root 34 mg
Calcium Ascorbate (Vitamin C) 34 mg
Eyebright Herb Extract (Euphrasia officinalis) 30 mg
Marshmallow Root 23 mg
Linolenic Acid Omega-3 (Flaxseed) 10 mg
Lutein 2.5 mg
Linoleic Acid Omega-6 (Flaxseed) 2.4 mg

Inactive ingredients: Citric Acid, Mixed Tocopherols, Natural Flavoring, Non-Fat Dry Milk, Rosemary Extract, Silicon Dioxide, Whey.

Indications for use

Veterinarian formulated for use in dogs and cats over the age of 12 weeks. Helps remove tear stains near the eyes sand helps prevent new stains from forming.

Administration and dosage

Give at meal time.

Up to 15 lbs. – 1 Scoop Daily
16 to 50 lbs. – 1 ½ Scoops Daily
Over 50 lbs. – 1 teaspoon Daily

Note:
Give daily until tear stains subside, then continue use for additional 30 days, stop administration and use only when needed. Allow 45-60 days for results.

Helpful Tip:
Trim stained fur until new unstained fur grows in. Coloring added to pet food can contribute to tear stains.