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    So I just looked through the Doctors Foster and Smith catalog and came across Terramycin Antibiotic Ophthalmic Ointment and Show Eyes. I was thinking about ordering both or either products but wanted to check if anyone has tried them before.

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    I have used a terrimycin drop for eye injuries like ulcer, what are they advertising the use for?

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    This is the description

    Broad-spectrum antibiotic ideal for mild bacterial eye infections
    * Easy to use - simply apply ointment directly on the affected area
    * Treats conjunctivitis and secondary bacterial inflammatory conditions
    This topical antibiotic mix is ideal for dogs that suffer the occasional mild bacterial eye infection. It is an effective first aid tool that every pet owner should have on hand. Use directly on the affected area for treatment of conjunctivitis and secondary bacterial inflammatory conditions of the eye. This broad-spectrum defense combines the potent antibiotics Oxytetracycline and Polymyxin B in a special petroleum base. For dogs, cats, or horses.

    Suggested daily use: Administer topically to the affected eye 2-4 times daily as needed.

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    Default Re: Has anyone tried these?

    @LariP will it help with irritated tear stains?
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    Default Re: Has anyone tried these?

    Quote Originally Posted by wautersa View Post
    @LariP will it help with irritated tear stains?
    I don't think HRH's antibiotic eye ointment (optimmune) helps the tear stains at all. But it does drastically reduce the eye goop and red irritated eyes she used to have. Also it used to look like she had entropian, but it decreased the swelling of the tissues surrounding her eyes so it no longer looks that way. And her dry eye tests so much better now too.

    She does still get tear stains though. But I think perhaps that show eyes product could help with that. I have had some success using "Pro Pet Tear Stain Remover pads we have gotten at WalMart. I always wipe with pad, then dry with tissues.

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    @LariP - I got some cleaner at Friends of Nature that I'm trying... I think its similar to show eyes. We are trying to give him half raw food and half fromm for 2 weeks to see if that helps (I stopped with the apple cider vinegar) if so I might start making my own raw food for the pups. Poor Chelsea isn't getting any raw food currently but if I start making it I will offer her part raw or full raw.

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    Default Re: Has anyone tried these?

    They say the red staining is a red bacteria caused from the moist hair from tears.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wautersa View Post
    @LariP - I got some cleaner at Friends of Nature that I'm trying... I think its similar to show eyes. We are trying to give him half raw food and half fromm for 2 weeks to see if that helps (I stopped with the apple cider vinegar) if so I might start making my own raw food for the pups. Poor Chelsea isn't getting any raw food currently but if I start making it I will offer her part raw or full raw.

    One a separate note is Gracie going to Casino Night next week?
    We haven't seen anything about Casino Night? Is the info posted on the meet up site? If so we haven't gotten any notices. But then my email was hacked this week, so who knows if I'm getting what I should.

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    i think its been said that malacetic ultra helps to take away the stains from tears. sarah has runny eyes only occasionnally

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    @LariP - the info is on meet up. No one else rsvp'ed so there wasn't a notification.
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    I am not seeing it on the meet up site.

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    I found the info for Casino night. I rsvp'd that we would be there.

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