Dry eyes, redness, sleep in the eyes and tear stains - signs of irritation and infection
Dogs and cats suffer too dry eyes. Dry keratoconjunctivitis is an irritation of the conjunctiva, a thin layer of cells that protects the eyeball. This is a common condition that requires attention.
It occurs in animals that do not produce enough tears of their own so that the eyelids do not slide smoothly over the eyeball. As a result, the animals blink more frequently and scratch the eye area, which can lead to serious infection.
A couple TraumaPet eye drops daily can restore the eye to a healthy state.
ALLERGY OR FOREIGN OBJECT
One Allergies is not that common in dogs. If your eyes become red and you have a lot of tears or clear discharge produce, this is usually due to the presence of a foreign body such as sand, dust or grass. This is most common in the summer when it is dry.
The eye keeps itself clean by flushing away all impurities with tears. The tears are a solution of salts in water and lysozyme, an enzyme with antibacterial properties. However, sometimes more liquid is required to remove the foreign object and this is where the eye drop help.
INFECTION OF THE EYE
One colored, green or yellow discharge is a sign of eye infection in both cats and dogs. The immune system responds by sending white blood cells to the eye to fight the infection. This can cause swelling of the eyelid.
Although your four-legged friend's immune system fights hard, bacteria and yeast cells can fight back and sometimes the eye cannot repair itself.
The TraumaPet eye drops with the colloidal silver NanoComplex® are effective against bacteria and yeast fungi and thus accelerate recovery. The eye drops are also effective in cases where the bacteria have developed resistance to conventional antibiotics.
The drops can be instilled directly into the eyes. For diseases of the skin around the eyes, we recommend the use of TraumaPet wound gel.
To keep your pet's eyes healthy, it's important to regularly clean and moisten them with eye drops.
dribble the eye drops directly into the eyes. Use a cotton pad with a few drops to clean the tear stains and the eye area. In this Video you can see the drops being administered to a dog.
- preventive Application: Instill 1 time per week
- At a Eye inflammation or eye infection: Use the drops regularly (2-5 times a day) over several days. If the situation does not improve within a few days, you should consult a veterinarian.