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ACV/Dogs: Red Stains Around Eyes

Mrsg (Jupiter, Fl, USA) on 06/13/2013
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I have a white Maltese who had red tear stains around her eyes. I read that adding ACV to her diet would help. I put about 1/4 tsp in her food and also add to her water. I notice a considerable difference and helps maintain her face cleaner.
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Remedies to Stop Excessive Tearing in Bishon Frise

Deirdre (Atlanta, GA) on 01/07/2009
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My friend Sam from Marietta, GA called me the other day to tell me about his 2 year old dog, a bishon frise, who had ongoing discharge from her eyes, causing her white fur to turn dark brown (as is common with that breed). Apparently they started putting their extra bottled water in the dog's water bowl instead of tap water. Within a few days they noticed that she was no longer having a discharge from her eyes. Another 2 weeks of bottled water and the fur around her eyes was back to its beautiful white. To make sure it was really the bottled water curing her of this issue, Sam switched back to tap water. Immediately the dog started having the same goopy discharge from her eyes. We think it's either chlorine or fluoride in the tap water causing the problem, perhaps both.
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Jinny (Sydney, NSW Australia) on 07/17/2006
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My maltese puppy Haru began having bad tearing and stains at about 6 weeks, he also had brown ear dirt. I read on the net that ear infections and tear stains were related, anyway I got stuff from the vet to clean the ears and ear mite stuff from the pet store. Although the ear cleared up the tearing was still there. Then I read on the net about ACV and green beans. I add a tiny bit to his water every day and mix green beans (about 4beans) into his meals htrough a mixer. I think ACV definitely cleared his alkaline system, especially since before he left a very slimyness to his bowl.
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Liliana (Pembroke Pines, FL) on
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I used Vinegar (with the mother) in the water for poodle tear stains. It did not work. I put half a tea spoon in the bowl of water for a 10 pounds poodle for about 3 months. The tear stains are as bad as when I started. I clean his face every day.
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Mayeast (Las Vegas) on 05/27/2006
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Hydrogen Peroxide and Vinegar cured old age, milky, cloudy eye, discharge from my dog's eyes. My mom's terrier is 15 years old and acts old and beaten. Two days ago I gave him a bath and used glycerin soap to clean out the large amount of purple discharge that he has been getting daily for years. After towel drying him I sprayed his spine with hydrogen peroxide and then with cider vinegar. I also sprayed a fatty tumor. The tumor is still there but there has been no eye discharge for two days, also he acts like he did 3 years ago. The milky, cloudy eye is back to normal. He tried to take another animal's food and hasn't done that in years. He still has stiff joints but was galloping in the house.
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Elaine (Chicagoland, Illinois) on 04/24/2007
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remedy for excess dog tearing stains : My dog had horrible tear stains. I tried cleaning his face everyday; it would not come out.So I just gave up on washing his face. I started adding apple cider vinegar, extra virgin coconut oil, and crushed raw garlic to each of his meals. I originally did this so he could lose weight, and help prevent fleas. He is losing weight slowly. Plus the tear stains that were stuck on his entire face are 90% gone. buddy loves the way it makes his food taste. I just small amounts of the three remedies and mix well in his food.
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Shirley (mid-west, Missouri) on 07/21/2007
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I have two tiny toy poodles and both would get the tear stained eyes. The little white one always had problems with itchy skin too. So I began about a year ago adding apple cider vinegar to their drinking water. They haven't had either of these problems since.

A word of caution, vinegar can remove the enamel from their teeth, the same as it does for people. I have always added 1/8th teaspoon of baking soda to one-teaspoon vinegar before I add it to their water. Let the vinegar/baking soda mix sit until the fizz stops then add it to the water.

I could have missed it but I didn't see anyone saying they were doing that mix. We don't want to fix one problem while causing another.

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