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About the New Products From Eye Envy

Since being founded in 2001, Eye Envy has always maintained the belief that our products’ main focus should be high quality, human grade, safe, natural and organic ingredients ... basically, ONLY the best. We believe that what you use on your pet should be safe enough to use on your child or yourself. After all, pets are part of [...]

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How can Eye Envy be so effective, yet so gentle and safe?

We are often asked how safe our products are, especially Eye Envy’s Tear Stain Remover, since it is used around the eyes. Without hesitation, we can answer these questions because we believe in ensuring that the products we use on our pets are safe…safe enough to use on ourselves. We only use human-grade ingredients that are safe for human eyes [...]

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Managing Expectation on Removing Tear Stains

At Eye Envy, we try very hard to explain how tear stains occur and what happens when animals tear.Tears do not come out of the tear duct red in color or full of yeast. On the contrary, your pet tears, causing the area beneath the eyes to become wet. Bacteria begins to form [...]

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Will my pet’s tear stains disappear forever?

Unfortunately, the truthful answer is ‘no.' Tearing is a natural function in some breeds of dog and cat. Some breeds have more tearing due to their face structure, especially flat-faced breeds like a Pug, Bulldog, Shih Tzu and Persian cat.There is NO PRODUCT in this world that can stop your pet from tearing. A word of caution - [...]

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What causes my pet’s tear stains?

There are many reasons that can cause your pet to have excessive tearing. Many dog breeds, especially in the ‘toy’ category, are genetically predisposed to tearing. The most common of these dog breeds include: Bichon Frise, Shih-Tzu, Maltese, Poodles, Cocker Spaniels, Pekinese, Pugs, Bulldogs and Lhasa Apso, to name a few. Within cat breeds, the most prevalent tearing breeds are Exotic [...]

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Breeds Prone to Ear Infections and Signs to Watch For

Though ear infections are one of the most common pet ailments, there are certain breeds that tend to be more prone to them. Remember to always keep water out of your pet’s ears and watch for common signs that could indicate that there is an infection brewing. Dog Breeds with floppy ears and long ears (aka: pendulous ears) Basset HoundBloodhoundAfghan [...]

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Facts About Dog Ear Infections

Ear disease is one of the most common conditions we see in pets. The medical name for inflammation of the outer ear canal is Otitis Externa (also known as external otitis and swimmer's ear). Estimates show that up to 20% of the dog population is affected by this disease. Chronic ear infections are extremely common in long eared dogs, [...]

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Your Dog's Nose - Wet or Dry?

Many people wonder if their pet is sick because their nose is dry or warm. The short answer is no, but you need to be aware of things to look for, just in case it's something more serious.Dog's noses can fluctuate between dry and wet throughout the course of the day. Just like humans, they can experience dryness [...]

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The Real Tear Stain Remover

YOU’LL BE SO HAPPY WITH OUR RESULTSYOU MAY EVEN WANT TO USE IT YOURSELF!But All-Natural Eye Envy® Tear Stain Remover Is for Dogs (and Cats)!Eye Envy® tear stain remover is one of the most attempted-to-copy products in the canine care market - and with good reason. It really does what we say it will do! [...]

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Keep Your Dog’s Hygiene A-Head Above the Rest

Keep Your Dog’s Hygiene A-Head Above the RestWhen we think of hygiene, we typically don’t think about our dog, but their hygiene should be as important as ours. There is no question about it - proper hygiene is your first step to a healthy and happier dog.Start at the top ­–have you checked your dog’s [...]

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