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Pet Vision Eye Drops
PetVision eye drops are a natural ophthalmic nutraceutical solution proven to help protect and improve vision in dogs, cats, and other animals. PetVision eye drops can be useful in alleviating incipient Cataracts, Lenticular Sclerosis and dry eye syndrome (KCS). For vision enhancement use 2 drops in affected eye two times daily, as a preventative use 2 drops in each eye daily for 7 days. Convenient and cost-effective eye drops for both dogs and cats with incipient cataracts. Easy to use and accurate eye dropper.
PetVision natural lubricating eye drops have been exclusively developed by veterinarians and scientists. Helps protect and improve vision in dogs and cats. Proven to be highly effective as a treatment for lubrication and cleansing of your pet's eyes. Helps reduce opacity in the lens and assist in maintaining its clarity.
PetVision natural topical eye drops penetrate down to the build-up of damaged proteins blocking the light from reaching your pet's lens and retina. The opacity in the eye begins to lessen over time and your pet's quality of life is greatly enhanced.
PetVision eye health benefits:
1. Non-invasive alternative to
Why did my pet get cataracts? Certain dog breeds are more prone to cataracts than others. Some dogs can start to develop cataracts from as early as birth to 6 months of age. The following dog breeds are most prone to getting cataracts from birth to 12 months of age are: Afghan Hound, American Cocker Spaniel, Chesapeake Bay Retriever, German Shepherd, Golden Retriever, Labrador Retriever, Miniature Schnauzer, Old English Sheepdog, Siberian Husky, Standard Poodle, Staffordshire Bull Terrier , Welsh Springer Spaniel, and West Highland White Terrier. Older dogs, cats, and animals can develop cataracts as they age regardless of breed.
Directions for pet use: Apply 1-2 drops per eye, 2-3 times a day for 30 to 45 days using the following technique: Lean your pet's head back so that it is looking upward and apply a single drop. Do not allow the eye to blink or reopen for 10 seconds, to assure that the liquid is absorbed into the eye tissue. Results may vary. Note: If using PetVision 2 to 3 times a day for 45 days, you will need (4) 4 ml bottles which is 2 complete packages (2 of the PetVision 8 ml twin packages). For animal use only.
Suggested maintenance use: Generally, after the first 45 days the improvement of clarity will have stabilized, or reached a plateau. In order to maintain the clarity the eye has achieved, every six months apply PetVision eye drops for 30-days so as to stay ahead of any redevelopment of the cataract.
Active ingredients: Glycerin (Lubricant 0.25%). Sterile Water (Ophthalmic Grade Isotonic Solution pH 6.8 - 7.2). Antioxidants 4% Benzalkonium CI (Preservative 0.01%).
Storage: This product can be stored at normal room temperature. To obtain maximum shelf life of the ingredients, the product should be stored in the refrigerator, but do not freeze.
Recommended: Have your veterinarian determine what type of cataract your pet may have.
Warnings: Once open, discard dispenser and any contents after 40 days. Keep the dispenser at room temperature. Keep the dispenser away from light, especially sunlight. Do not freeze. Do not use if seal is broken or if solution becomes dark or becomes cloudy. The proper appearance in color is transparent to light amber. Click here to view the Material Safety Data Sheet.
Cannot be used on a pet taking any type of steroid-based medication (topical or systemic). Although this combination wouldn't harm the pet, the steroid present in the pet's system would break down our compound and neutralize it. A pet currently on steroid medication should wait 2-3 weeks after ceasing the medication, allowing it to get out of its system, and then start up on the PetVision, as directed.
Cannot be used on a pet with a Diabetic Cataract. PetVision cannot reduce the diabetic cataract that has developed since cataracts of this type are more aggressive than most other types of cataract.
Cannot be used on a pet with a Nuclear Cataract. This is a cataract that develops in the center (nucleus) of the lens in the eye. Cells in the nucleus are the oldest cells in the eye and no longer have their own viable nucleus in the cell, thus it will not react to the presence of PetVision in the eye. The only alternative in this case is surgery.
As with any medical condition, the sooner the cataract can be addressed the better. An ideal case for PetVision is an incipient cataract (less than 15% coverage) in a non-diabetic pet, not on any steroids. As with anything, the longer one waits to apply the drops the odds for success start to decline.
This natural product has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.