Saturday, April 4, 2015

#OmegaPet Tear Stain Remover for Dogs & Cats Review + Giveaway Ends 4/13/15





No matter what, pets will get tear stains on the fur near their eyes. It gets messy. Very Messy. It mats the fur and can actually obstruct their vision if it's not cleaned and removed.

We have dear friends with a sweet cat named Oscar. He's an adorable marmalade tabby and he suffers with allergies. His eyes run almost continuously -- poor baby.

When given the opportunity to try the new Tear Stain Remover for Dogs and Cats, I eagerly accepted!

Take a look and see for yourself how easy it is to clean the eye-area and how much it removes:

  

This tear stain remover actually works well for both dogs and cats.  Happy Eyes not only removed the tear stains and gunk around Oscar's eyes but soothed his eye area as well.
Yancy (the dog) took a couple of cleanings, but the tear stains were removed. The cats and dog had no adverse reaction to the cleaner -- it didn't irritate them at all.

I am quite pleased with the results.  The product works as advertised!  You can purchase this item at
Amazon.com for the low price of  $19.95!



The kind folks at Omega Pet have generously offered one of my readers the chance to win a bottle of
Tear Stain Remover for their own pet!  Just follow the instructions below for your chance to enter to win!

Open to USA, 18+, No PO Boxes. Giveaways ends 4/13/15.  ALL entries WILL be verified!

DISCLOSURE:
I received a bottle of #OmegaPet Tear Stain Remover for the purpose of this review. I received no monetary compensation. The opinions expressed herein are my own and based on  my own use of and experience with the item. 




20 comments:

Darla Peduzzi said...

I haven't found anything that removes the stains from my little girl's eyes. She gets groomed once a month and bathed and they look better for a while afterwards.

Rhonda Martin said...

I just wipe her eyes out with warm water. I didn't know they made a product that was safe to use near the eyes that I could use to clean them with. She is a cairn terrier and this would help a lot. Thanks for sharing this great review and giveaway.

dd said...

My Yorkie (rest his soul) had such a build up of eye goop and this helped but I would dab it on to soften it, then remove the goop. It can hurt when it comes off at first so it may help to let it soak in a bit.

Ken Ohl said...

just a little water on a cloth really only helps a bit with our little dog ki ki. thankyou, ken poh19@comcast.net

Sharon Kaminski said...

I have a dog and a cat and wipe their tears with a facial wipe.

Linda Szymoniak said...

I have five dogs and three cats. I've never really had to worry about tear stains - until the past couple of years, when my deaf hound girl, Ran, who has a half-and-half face with one side being white, started getting them on her "ghost" eye. Ran was diagnosed with an autoimmune disorder around the first of the year and with the medications she's on and her condition, I've noticed an increase in discharge from her eyes. I can wipe the bulk of it off with a tepid wash cloth, but that doesn't get rid of the stain. With Ran feeling better, the tear stains makes her look like she's still sick. I've been looking for something to help get rid of her tear stains.

Vera Prunn said...

I use tear free baby shampoo and warm water currently.

SexyBrat said...

We just bathe them regularly.

Aimless One said...

Our little white beast gets terrible tear stains -- we've tried everything, and it's just really hard to stay on top of it. Warm water and hydrogen peroxide is the best solution so far, but it doesn't do much. Thanks for the chance!

william gossage said...

I just take a warm cloth and wipe my cat boots eyes out.

dropastitch@yahoo.com said...

dog. just one. and I just bathe her well and that seems to take care of it for now

katja9_10 said...

I have a cat and dog. I usually just bathe them regularly in order to clean up the tear stains.

Les Johnson

Alison Gibb said...

I have just been using a soft face cloth and warm water.

JJAY100 said...

My Daughter has a Dog. I don't know is she has ever cleaned his eyes though. This product looks great

Lisa Voyce said...

My one cat has that problem and I just wipe with a warm rag.

Danielle Day said...

I have a cat who does have allergies I think he would like this.

Esme said...

With four dogs it a bit hard at times. I try to use a mild soap on the three lighter dogs and the one darker min pin.

Esme said...

I use mild soap on the lighter dogs and on the darker min pin.

Rachel Griesmer said...

For my dog I use a warm washcloth with mild soap and use another warm washcloth to make sure she doesn't get any soap in her eyes.

Sand said...

I use a warm wet washcloth. And I have a dog.