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Isopto (Hypromellose) Eye Drops

  • Alkaline » 10ml Bottle £2.08
  • Plain » 10ml Bottle £2.12

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Isopto Eye Drops are clinically formulated to replicate tears, thus hydrating, cleansing, disinfecting and protecting sore eyes. Containing Hypromellose, a lubricating substance known to replicate natural tears, Isopto Eye Drops should be used to soothe dry and itchy eyes. Providing relief from the discomfort and pain associated with diminished to compromised tear production, Isopto Eye Drops are a must have for any animal prone to ocular soreness. To be used under the advice of your veterinary surgeon. Most vets recommend the plain hypromellose rather than the alkaline version for dogs.

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Discharge from eyes

7th Mar 2016
Mary McPhee
  • VioVet Customer Since: January 2016
  • From: North Lanarkshire, United Kingdom

my dog.has had runny eyes for a few weeks always cleaning them .white greyish thick gunk ..and he itchys them ....i was goin to order eye drops of i cant aford to take him to his vet the now..?

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

These drops are generally appropriate for dogs which fit the description you have given, but it is always safest to get a veterinary opinion first. I would have to advise that ideally you check with your vet first.