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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is issuing warning letters today to companies manufacturing unapproved animal drugs to remove tear stains in dogs and cats. These products, including Angels’ Eyes, Angels’ Glow, Pets’ Spark, and exported products Glow Groom and Health Glow, have not been reviewed by FDA for safety and effectiveness. These tear stain removers also contain the medically important antibiotic tylosin tartrate, which is not approved for use in dogs or cats, nor for the treatment of conditions associated with tear stains. Tear stain remover products are used to treat tear staining conditions around the eyes of animals, which, in particular, is associated with a condition called epiphora, mostly in cats and dogs.
I did wnt to mention that I had tried Angels Glow awhile back with no results or improvement. With the Tylan powder I am just starting to see an improvement and we are in our 5th week. I know it has been mentioned before to us it for 3 weeks then stop, but I wonder if some dogs just take onger. My plan is to use it for another week, stop and see if the staining returns.[/B] I am NOT a vet........but using my reasoning powers, humans that are on antibiotics for a long period of time causes the "good" bacteria to die as well. So perhaps that is why they limit the number of weeks to continue use of the Tylan so that it does not weaken the immune system or kill the good bacteria. It's only a a thought not a fact!
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To treat mild tear staining, many vets/breeders treat tear stain with oral antibiotics. The most prevalent antibiotic used initially is Tylan Soluble Powder. Tylan powder is an antibiotic that is not commonly used with dogs. This is helpful, as most dogs will not have built up immunity to this antibiotic. It can be dissolved in their drinking water or be given orally daily. Different people use different doses. I would talk to your vet to find the correct recommended dosage. Tylan is a very mild antibiotic that has a secondary benefit of being useful in the treatment and prevention of some gastro-intestinal infections that can be picked up at dog shows or other places with many dogs present. Although safe for dogs of all ages (except nursing puppies, mothers in whelp or nursing, and dogs on other medications), I would not recommend using it continuously. One side effect that has been reported concerning continuous use of Tylan is falsely elevated liver enzyme levels. A dog would have to be taken off of Tylan for at least a month and be retested to have accurate liver enzyme levels. Some recommend that a dog should given at least a week off every 3 weeks, to be on the safe side. There are many products, like Angel Eyes and Angels Glow etc., available that use Tylan as the base of their treatment. The effectiveness of these products has been reported with varying results.humm...I wonder why the other bottle didnt work! The girl I met at the park said that her dog's stains were about as bad as Mia's and she used the Angels Glow on her and they went away...She said that they were starting to return slightly (I couldnt see anything!) and that she was going to get another bottle...Is there anything out there that gets rid of them for good?I can only recommend what I've used "Angels Glow". There's a dosage chart that goes according to weight so I don't think you could do the eye dropper with water. Maybe since you have 7 dogs you could start with the Malts first since they have the most staining, but I'm pretty sure you have to do it with food and make sure they are fed seperately. You could for example not put down any dinner plates like you usually do, but take the 1st dog to another room to be fed with the Angels Glow, then come back and take # 2 and do the same. Then put down the regular food for everybody. It's important that they get the whole dose so if they eat with the other dogs first then they won't eat the food with the Angels Glow. Another thing is, the Angels Glow from what I hear tastes terrible so it's sometimes hard to even get them to eat with that stuff in it. You might have to buy something special like baby food or something to use with the Angels Glow. Also your dogs might get a loose stool from it, Mikey did and I had to feed him yogurt. I don't know if what I said makes any sense to you, but hopefully so. I'm sure you'll get it figured out...Good Luck!Angels’ Glow™ is marketed to eliminate unsightly tear and saliva stains. The manufacturer states that Angels’ Glow™ contains a dilution of Tylosin. Tylosin is an antibiotic that has been linked to negative side effects. Unfortunately, the use of Tylosin has only been approved to treat disease and infection in farm animals and livestock. Tylosin has NOT been approved for over-the-counter use on dogs or cats to eliminate tear stains. In fact, long-term use of Tylosin can cause dogs and cats to build up resistance—making it very difficult for a veterinarian to treat them in the future for sickness or infection.