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Optixcare Eye Lubricant + Hyaluron (15 g)

Average Customer Rating:
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Customer Reviews for Optixcare Eye Lubricant + Hyaluron (15 g)
Review 1 for Optixcare Eye Lubricant + Hyaluron (15 g)
5 out of 5
5 out of 5
great for older dogc with eye problems
By:kozmo
Date:October 30, 2013
 fromfort erie canada
Pet:Dog
Breed:cocker
i have been using this on both my dogs, they have glaucoma and one of them has cataracts.great soothing gel
Review 2 for Optixcare Eye Lubricant + Hyaluron (15 g)
1 of 1 found this review helpful.
5 out of 5
5 out of 5
Good Product for Dry Eyes
By:Westie mom
Date:July 10, 2013
 fromTexas
Pet:Dog
Breed:West Highland White terrier
This seems to be working well for my senior dog with dry eyes.
Review 3 for Optixcare Eye Lubricant + Hyaluron (15 g)
5 out of 5
5 out of 5
better than vet lube
By:Boots
Date:July 1, 2013
 fromScotttsdale,Arizona
Pet:Dog
Breed:schi--tsu
one drop twice a day is all a day is all it takes to take the dryness out of my little Schi-tzu friends. And you know they can be go blind as they age. The "blueness" In his bad eye has noticeably faded and its the drops are the only thing different.
Review 4 for Optixcare Eye Lubricant + Hyaluron (15 g)
4 out of 5
4 out of 5
Just what the doctor ordered
By:lw-cs
Date:March 27, 2013
Pet:Dog
Breed:Mixed terrier
My vet recommended this for my dog's dry eye problem. It works longer than drop because it is a gel. The only problem is keeping my dog from pawing at the eye for a few minutes while the gel does it's work.
Review 5 for Optixcare Eye Lubricant + Hyaluron (15 g)
5 out of 5
5 out of 5
best so far
By:Luv my pups
Date:March 20, 2013
 fromMonroe, Michigan
Pet:Dog
Breed:Min dachshund short hair black & tan male 12 yrs.
This quickly re-hydrates Captain Morgan's dry and seems to last longer. His eye no longer produces any tears only mucus that will dry and stick to his eye. Eye lube softens anything on his eye and allows me to remove it with Q-tips and clean the eye. Dry eye was a side effect of the anesthesia use at the Vet. For a teeth cleaning or his eyes were not protected properly during the procedure. No help from that Vet & no longer go there. Took him to eye specialists for more than 3 years and purchased many expensive perscriptions from them and no improvement. His eye may never make tears again but the eye lube makes it hurt less