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Viscotears Liquid Gel (Artificial Tears)

  • 10g Tube £9.26

Description

Viscotears Liquid Gel is a liquid carbomer substitute for natural tear production, designed to offer lasting relief for animals prone to dry eyes. Whether the cause of dry eyes is low tear production or the natural tear film is unstable, Viscotears actively replenishes depleted moisture levels and nourishes your animal's eyes. Using a carbomer base, Viscotears cling to the surface of the eye and last far longer than lubricating eye drops.

Ingredients: Carbomer 2 mg/g, cetrimide 0.1mg/g, sorbitol, sodium hydroxide and water

Administration: 1 drop 3 to 4 times daily or as directed by your vet

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Viscotears

22nd Aug 2015
Simon Mallett
  • VioVet Customer Since: July 2015
  • From: West Yorkshire, United Kingdom

I recieved Viscotears but it only mentions use on people not animals, please confirm that it is safe to use on my cavalier king Charles.

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

This is one of the many products which are manufactured for people, but are widely used in animals. Viscotears contains ingredients which are known to be safe to use in dogs and as a product, it is frequently prescribed by veterinary ophthalmologists to be used in dogs. It is not licensed for use in animals and is marketed for human use (which is by far the major use of the product). It is safe to use in your dog.