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Ocluvet Eye Drops (15 ml)

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  • Aid in ocular health
  • Formulated with anitoxidant
  • Help with eye trauma
  • Helps with eye components due to age
  • Eye Treatment
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  • Item Weight: 0.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000M51RNC
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (66 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,481 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

OcluVet nutritional/lubricant eye dropper specifically formulated eye drops with antioxidants and nutrients for ocular health and clarity.OcluVet Dosage Initial Administration: Apply 1 drop to the eye 3 times per day for 6 8 weeks or as directed by your veterinarian.Maintenance Administration: Apply 1 drop to the eye every 24 48 hours or as directed by your veterinarian.Ingredients: Sterile water, Sodium Hydrogen Carbonate, NAcetylL Carnosine, Purified L Carnosine, Glutathione, Cysteine Ascorbate, L Taurine, Riboflavin Monophosphate, Propylene Glycol (0.2), Polysorbate 80 (0.2).Warning: DO NOT USE IF SEAL IS BROKEN. DO NOT TOUCH THE BOTTLE TIP TO ANY SURFACE DURING APPLICATION. DO NOT SHARE THIS CONTAINER OR ITS' CONTENTS WITH OTHERS. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.Cease use and consult your veterinarian if the patient experiences eye redness or discomfort for more than 72 hours.Get More Information about OcluVet (PDF). A prescription isrequired for these pet meds. Click here for details


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Customer Reviews

Please inform any future customers not to invest in Octuvet eye drops.
Carlene Steelestathos
Our dog is now 11 and although she still has the cataracts, these drops have slowed the progression of the cataracts and have saved her sight for a few years.
NipomoGirl
I really think they could make a better dispensing bottle that wouldn't waste so much costly product.
M.M. Billings

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27 of 27 people found the following review helpful By J. Kraft on February 28, 2010
About two years ago my vet diagnosed my Bichon Frise with the onset of cataracts. At that time she was 11. He suggested trying OcluVet drops in lieu of the $2500+ per eye cataract surgery since the cost of surgery was prohibitive for my family. She has been on the drops for about two years and has almost 100% of her eyesight back. These eye drops are miracle drops! My vet also has charted the eye progress by looking at the back of her lenses every time she has had a check-up. The cataracts will always be there; however they have diminished to about the size of a pen point. I saw positive changes in her eyesight within a few weeks of use. Now she only needs a drop in each eye every other day. My only concern is the cost that averages about $35 per month. I wish the drops would be affordable so that all dogs could have their sight restored.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By pdavis on June 10, 2010
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We rescued an 8 mo old Cavalier Spaniel with juvenile cataracts (she was scheduled for euthanasia); thinking we'd have the cataract surgery for her. An opth. specialist did not feel she was a good candidate, so we tried Ocluvet with his blessing (he did not recommend it, saying he couldn't advocate a medication that no double blind studies had been done). All of us thought "it's worth a shot". Four months of three times a day instillation later, the specialist rechecked her and was amazed. States, "I won't endorse this product, but I will tell you that I could NOT visualize her optic nerve before, and now I can; use it once a day now, and call me if you notice the cloudiness worsening. Before it was as though she was looking through the bottom of a Coke bottle; now, it's akin to her looking through a spider-crack in the windshield. The cataracts are not gone, but they are fragmented." From what I could see (and I am a nurse), the cloudiness, while not gone, is MUCH smaller. When we take pics of her, there is the redness of the flashback of the retina, which wasn't present on pics before using the Rx. The cost is worth the results we are seeing, so far. (and avoiding an invasive surgery that probably wouldn't work for her) We'd have to buy 20 bottles to equal the cost of surgery for one cataract, and she has one in each eye. It's worth a shot. Follow up with an opth. specialist to check the results for your pet. I'm elated, and the specialist is pleased with the results, although he won't attribute the improvement to the Rx. (The only other change we made was adding more betacarotene to her diet, carrots and sweet potato, daily)We will continue the drops and eye check ups.OcluVet Eye Drops 15ml
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By C. Matthews on November 19, 2012
My dog recently suffered from lens luxation. The condition typically results in blindness. You can see a silver-white cover over the entire eye and thusly the dog sees the same. When I got the dog a while ago she was already suffering from cataracts and my current vet said she had probably had them for many years. I got a new vet during the lens luxation and she suggested this product for her 'good eye' and the luxated eye. She had to special order a box and put it on hold for me (I know all of this is true because I work at this clinic) because we can never keep it in stock. After using it I see why!

My dog has retained vision in her luxated eye, which is a miracle. The cataract that has always clouded her other eye is also hardly visable now. I will continue to use this product!

The product comes out gatorade-orange, so don't be alarmed. It WILL STAIN clothes or surfaces. Shake the bottel well and try not to put any pressure on the eye itself during your attempt to get the drops in. I hold my dogs head back with on hand and then the lids open with my pinky and ring finger of the other while holding the bottle over her eye with my pointer and thumb. One drop per eye a day is maintaining her vision for me.

People who claim their pet had yellow or orange discharge while on this product: that is the product itself, NOT a discharge. This is perfectly normal. As the product lubricates the eye some will inevitably leak from the corners.

People who say the product did not work: Nothing works for everyone/every case. The longer your pet has suffered from eye issues the harder they will be to treat. Simple and new eye problems are most likely to be solved. In my case, a long term and highly complicated issue was treated incredibly well but we can not expect those results for every case.

I am a veterinary student, vet tech, and published Yahoo! Pets Health correspondent. Feel free to check out my work here:[...]
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17 of 21 people found the following review helpful By S. A. Thal on May 24, 2009
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I happen to have a breed of dog that seems to be prone to cataracts. A homiopathic Vet. had recommmended this treatment. It absolutely works. My dog's eyes cleared up in weeks not months without the need for surgery. I administer the medication now just periodically as needed. I am grateful to the company that developed this medication. It does work. I recommend it highly.
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15 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Red Dragon on February 28, 2010
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I was hoping to avoid cataract surgery for my dog and bought these eye drops. These drops didn't make his eyes worse but not any better either. They may have provided a little lubrication for his eyes but his cataracts are still advancing because he is almost 13 years old. I know that we all hope that these eye drops which costs about $100 would take the place of eye surgery which runs into the thousands but you might have better results than me. I have used the drops for over 3 weeks. The bottle when shaken drips on its top and is a little messy and you waste valuable liquid. They need to design a better bottle.
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