9. Colloidal Silver
Colloidal silver has antimicrobial properties that help fight yeast infections and moist dermatitis that can occur in the corners of your pet’s eyes.
Also, colloidal silver is completely safe to use around the eyes. You can get it from any health food store.
- Put a little of the colloidal silver on a cotton ball.
- Use it to wipe your pet’s face once or twice a day.
10. Contact Lens Cleaner
Contact lens cleaners that contain mild boric acid can also be used to deal with tear stains. Boric acid presumably oxidizes the iron compounds and lightens them.
- Put the solution on a cotton ball.
- Use it to wipe your dog’s face and tear stains.
- Do it once or twice daily to lighten tear stains that have already formed.
- Keep the moist areas around the eyes as dry as possible.
- Use paper towels to absorb the excess water around your dog’s mouth after drinking water.
- Mild antibiotics can also be used, after consulting your vet.
- Dab a little coconut oil on the moist skin where tear stains accumulate to prevent the skin from becoming irritated and inflamed.