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I Drop Vet Plus Eye Lubricant - 20 Single Unit Dose Container


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  • Lubricant-0.30% Sodium Hyaluronate + Glycerin
  • Non-animal source hyaluronic acid- no risk of viral or BSE contamination
  • Longer lasting effect - no need for frequent instillation because your pet's blinking activates the lubricants
  • Manufactured in compliance with human product standard - no compromise in quality
  • Convenient 20 individual dose package with new resealable cap
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  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00316KP2S
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,121 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

Unique drops contain hyaluronic acid and glycerin thus providing long lasting relief for any eye surface problems, especially moderate to severe dry eye - much more effective than saline or artificial tears - great for allergies and weepy eyes caused by irritants. Keratoconjunctivitis sicca (KCS) is the most common eye disorder and is the result of a decline in the quantity or quality of tears produced. There are two types of tears produced in the eyes: lubricating tears that moisturize and protect your pet's eyes from infections and reflex tears are a response to environmental stimuli (dust, smoke), or injury. Interestingly enough, 'watery' eyes can be a symptom of KCS. Irritants that cause KCS can trigger the production of reflex tears. However, since reflex tears do not have the proper lubricating composition, the discomfort remains. Common causes of KCS include: aging, hormonal fluctuations, environmental conditions, disease and medication complications

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By S. Osornio on July 22, 2010
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This is a great product that I use for my english bulldog, that on occasion seems to get dry eyes. The individual packets make it very positive experience when applying to dogs eyes, it does seem to help but is not a cure all for eye infections or problems. Each individual dose is enough for 3 or so drops in each eye and then just throw that packet away, of coursse it took a little time to get the dog used to getting drops in his eyes but he has learned it does not hurt or irritate him. It does not cure dry eye it helps when he is getting symptoms or sometimes as a preventative. I only put drops in his eyes, when I see his eyes are getting slightly red or he has greenish dried gook around the outside of his eyes or some slightly cloudy substance developing in his eyes. I would recommend this product to any animal lover that wants a good product that helps their dogs eyes.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Lin Z. on November 4, 2013
After many trips to the wonderful extraordinary veterinary teaching hospital at UCDavis, one of my cats with feline herpes in his eyes is doing 100% better. We are able to maintain him at a comfortable level (no cure) with VetPlus iDrops 3 times a day and warm compresses on his eyes 2 times a day. This is after extensive treatment and several antibiotic and antiviral eye meds from veterinary compounding pharmacies. I expect that this regimen of iDrops and warm compresses will continue for his life. These drops are making all the difference in his comfort and demeanor. He is now one very happy cat.

Please note that these drops are in no way a cure for FHV. They just protect his corneas because the FHV damaged his tear glands. The single use drops work better for him because the preservative in the multi use bottle irritated his eyes.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By DD on June 12, 2012
I use this product on my cat. She has dry eyes. I used to get it from the vet but they are too expensive. When I found it at Amazon I was thrilled. It works pretty well.
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By hihohideeho on March 18, 2013
This works great for my dogs dry eyes. Took no time at all to clear up the yuk she gets from them being so dry would recommend highly
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