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I-Drop Vet Plus Eye Lubricant 0.30%, 20 Doses

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I-Drop Vet Plus Eye Lubricant 0.30%, 20 Doses is a blink-activated viscoadaptive lubricating agent for the surface of the eye. Additionally, the lubricants in I-Drop Vet Plus are activated by your pet's blinking, which means there is no need to administer drops every few hours.
  • Treats keratoconjunctivitis sicca and dry eyes due to hormonal imbalance, aging, disease, medication, and environmental causes
  • Provides long-lasting relief from dry-eyes
  • Minimizes eye irritation associated with allergies and irritants
  • Manufacturer information and usage PDF
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5.00
Customer Reviews: 2
It works great!!!
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KOREA
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1/23/2014

I have 2 dogs, suffering from dryness eye,and I had to use eye drop.I'd searched couple of weeks, and decided to buy a preservative free eye drop with Hyaluronan acid. It's perfect!!! it seems working right. I'll buy it again for sure.
I-Drop Vet Plus Eye Lubricant 0.30%, 20 Doses
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11/18/2013

One of my cats has Feline Herpes Virus in his eyes which has damaged his corneas, eyelids, and tear producing glands. These drops three times a day, along with a warm compress on his eyes for 5 minutes twice a day is keeping him happy, free from pain, and no longer squinting. These drops are NOT a cure for ocular FHV but maintain his eyes in a good state after months of other treatments from his ophthalmologists at UCDavis VMTH. The preservatives in the bottle I-Drops irritated his eyes.
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