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Bayer Remend Corneal Repair Gel

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Remend® Corneal Repair Gel from Bayer can be beneficial when a high concentration of hyaluronic acid (HA) may be needed or desired in dogs, cats and horses. The cross-linked HA helps provide an environment conducive to cell growth and migration during normal re-epithelialization while lubricating the eye.

Please note that a corneal ulcer can be a serious problem and treatment should always be under the supervision and advice of your veterinary surgeon.


  • Containing 0.75% Hyasent-S (modified, cross-linked HA), Remend® Corneal Repair Gel can be beneficial to veterinary practices when a high concentration of HA may be needed or desired
  • Offers convenient daily administration options (two to three times a day) for some dogs
  • Convenient administration encourages owner compliance and treatment continuity while simplifying pet care
  • Lubricates the corneal surface and helps maintain a moist environment
  • Does not contain antibiotics or steroids and is preservative-free


For use in superficial corneal ulcers in dogs and cats.

Directions for use

  • Use gloves to assure sterility and cleanliness
  • Place 1 to 2 drops directly onto injured cornea. The natural movement of the eyelid will distribute the gel over the eye surface
  • Remend® Corneal Repair Gel should be applied 2 times each day until corneal repair is complete
  • To avoid contamination, do not touch the tip of the container to any surface
  • Replace cap securely after using

Administration Guidelines

Place 1 to 2 drops directly onto injured cornea. The natural movement of the eyelid will distribute the gel over the eye surface.

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Do I need a prescription from my vet to order from you?

14th Aug 2015
Sue Benthall

Please can you tell me if I need a prescription from my vet to order Bayer Remend Corneal Repair Gel 3ml from you?

Also, please can you tell me if you offer a discount for a bulk order?

Thank you very much.
Sue B.

  • Non-Executive Director

These are not officially a prescription product so you do not need a prescription to buy these from us, but you should make sure that they are suitable by talking to your vet about them first. We cannot normally offer discounts unless you buy a very large amount as we tend to make all our prices as low as we can anyway.

Dry Eye

12th Jan 2015
VioVet Visitor

My dog suffered with dry eye this time last year and a large ulcer developed.
He is starting to get irritated eyes again so wonder if I used this product now it would prevent an ulcer from developing? Many Thanks!

  • Non-Executive Director

This is a good product to help promote a healthy state in the surface of the cornea. It is also very safe and it might well be very appropriate and beneficial to your dog. However since I am not familiar with your dog and what is happening now, I cannot say for certain if you should use it. If in doubt, it is always safest to go and see your own vet.


26th Oct 2014

my cat suffered from conjunctivitis, would this work on her eye.

  • Non-Executive Director

A typical case of conjunctivitis would not need or benefit from this product. It would be best to check with your vet to find out if this is appropriate to your particular cat.

Drug interraction

5th Jul 2014
Debbie White

Can this be used in combination with Optimmune?
If yes, do you administer between optimmune doses? (my dog has Optimmune twice a day).

  • Non-Executive Director

These products can be used together and the repair gel is probably a good idea if ulceration is present. Ideally give the two medications at different times. You should of course check with your vet if the gel would be a suitable addition to your dog's treatment.