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How to Remove Your Dog’s Tear Stains

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7. Hydrogen Peroxide

To remove the tear stains from your dog’s face, you can also use hydrogen peroxide.

use hydrogen peroxide to treat eye tear stains in dogs

  1. Prepare a solution of 3% hydrogen peroxide and an equal amount of water.
  2. Gently apply the solution over the tear stains using a cotton ball.
  3. Wait 5 minutes, then rinse the fur with clean water to get rid of any residue.

Note: Peroxide can be irritating, so avoid getting the product in your pet’s eyes.

8. Chamomile

If you are looking for a natural home remedy to get rid of the tear stains, chamomile is very effective. Chamomile has anti-inflammatory properties and can help combat the bacteria and fungi that may grow in the tear stains.

use chamomile to treat dog eye tear stains

  1. Prepare a weak cup of chamomile tea.
  2. Allow it to cool down completely.
  3. Use the solution to clean the tear stains from your pet’s face.
  4. Finally, rinse the fur with clean water.

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3 thoughts on “How to Remove Your Dog’s Tear Stains”

  1. I have never noticed this trick listed. When I am about to bathe my Maltese, I rub Vaseline into any stained areas (and the “eye boogers”) about an hour before. It softens them so that it’s not so hard to grasp or comb them out, making it less painful/stressful for the animal. This also works well (she does play outside) when anything like a burr or other foreign thing gets caught in her fur (she gets them in the corners of her mouth) to remove them painlessly.

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