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    Am a little late to this post and am new to this forum, or any forum to say the least, but Charliefl could I ask you if your Charlie had really runny eyes. My little pup who is now over 4 months and looks quite similar to your colorings on your dog but is always watering in her wrinkles all the time. I switched her food to gluten free natures logic in lamb but still wet all the time. I wipe her face all day long. So I am, not sure if it will work on her. Can I ask you what food he is on.

    I have been doing your system for a while now and it hasn't worked yet. She absolutely hates the desitin so I have been trying to put it on her when she is taking a nap lol and so she doesn't feel it and I can get away with it. But it sure isn't keeping her dry and by the middle of the day she is really stained again. I assume the desitin is just to keep them dry? Does it also help the stain to fade? I have also tried cornstarch but she is just wet again so it doesnt work. Its also hard to get in there it seems like it just stays on the surface......I was curious if you put desitin on your dogs neck? How did you get rid of the tear stains that kind of end up lower on her neck. Did you just do the pads and apple cider vinegar there? That is what I have been doing. No desitin there. Not sure if I am doing it right. wanted to ask. Also above the eyes, right on the eyelid, and right in the corner of the eye where the wrinkle starts, is obviously stained like in the pict of your dog but I wondered how you reached those areas. Did you put desitin or apple cider vinegar above your dogs eyes or right in the corner of the eye. I am too scared to get it that close and didnt understand how they would fade away when I don't really treat them.

    Sorry for such a long post and all the questions. Didn't know how to contact you directly. Thank you and everyone for all the Input.

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    What a good job you have done, I will try this on Ftse as I am having trouble clearing it I did and it came back.

    Does bottled water work the same?


    Thanks for sharing this.

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    @staciepap. What are you feeding? The constant eye watering could easily be a sign of allergies or entropian.

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    @CharlieFL

    Just figured out how to link your name in the message. I commented on this post up above. Would you mind reading it and writing me back or commenting. Just want to know if I'm doing this right. You dog looks so good. Thanks so much.

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    Very good. Thanks

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    @staciepap sorry I was out of the forum for a few days... the procedure that i did was only to remove the tear stain on his face, if ur dog have eye watering might be the food. he was before NVI beef and lamb, right now he is on RAW ( I grind all his food ). He is doing amazing, he loves his new food and I think I resolve and prevent any future allergic problems.

    If u have any question please let me know.
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    @Ftse 100
    Does bottled water work the same?

    yes. it works perfect. just a simple tip look for a brand low in mirenals

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    @CharlieFL

    Thanks for the input about food. She has been better the last couple days with watering but still wet on and off. If it doesn't turn around i might change her food again even though she is on good food. Cause it might be teething or pollen allergies.

    But wanted to ask you if you would put the desitin On his neck? My coco, like your Charlie, has some red stains like on her neck and under her chin etc. In her wrinkles but then kind of also not in her wrinkles like more closer to her nose. So I am wondering if you covered his other areas (like his neck) in desitin or if you just did the other chlorhexidine pads and vinegar on those parts. Also when you put the vinegar on do you wipe off the desitin that may have been there from earlier with something. Does the desitin help just keep it dry or does it help with the stain?

    Charlie is a cutie. She is so handsome. Thanks for the help.

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    @CharlieFL. Sorry my link didn't work. Trying to get the hang of this. My message is up above. Thanks for the help

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    Default Re: Tear Stain Before and after pics

    Thanks, I just received another tip on this earlier this evening:
    Mix 1 tablespoon of hydrogen peroxide with just enough cornstarch to form a paste.
    Spread the paste on the tear stain and allow to dry, then brush it off.
    Repeat daily until the stain disappears, then use weekly to prevent returning of stain.

    Another suggestion was using a cotton ball soaked in boric acid daily till gone, then weekly.

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    @staciepap I applied the desitin to maintain it dry, never had any issues arouns the neck or chin. Try not to change her food too fast. she is only 4 months ans her body needs to adapt to her new food.

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