Doggie Dry Eye. Hi, Just happened to run across your website looking for homeopathic cures for doggie dry eye. I am a foster parent and board member for Michigan Pug Rescue. I am currently fostering a 9 year old male pug. He came to me last year with hard crusty black skin and smelled horrible. His ears were raw and full and draining stuff and he was missing fur everywhere. He was constantly scratching which we later found out lead to his crustiness and lack of fur. He’s come a long way with holistic treatment. He still has very bad allergies, both inhaled and food, but has a full thick coat and no more ear problems. What I am left with is the third eyelid sticking and dry eye. What would your suggestion be. He scratches at his eyes constantly so I have to put a collar on him. He is now on no grain Natures Variety Rabbit food (1 cup daily) and I mix it with green beans because he always acts like he is starving and looks very underweight. What products of yours would you recommend I try to help him with his dry eyes and his allergies. His lips often swell. Also, I have worked with companies that offer us discount because we are a non profit rescue and on a limited budget.
Is this something we would be offered through your company also?
Thank you so much.
I can help you and am glad to-I also run a non profit-if we talk on the phone I can help you more easily. PAAWS will reduce the allergic oubreaks by ~80% by boosting his immunity and improving his overall health status-cost $29.95 for 30 days assuming he weighs about 20-30 pounds. Chlorpheramine maleate 4mg tablets will help reduce the current itching-cost $3.98/100 tablets. I have a great topical product not yet on my site called Dermaluster that will also help-cost $19.95/180ml bottle that should last about a year.
Distilled water is also beneficial as are weekly organic oatmeal baths.
Your Best Friend’s Best Friend,
Dr. Carol Osborne, DVM