Puralube Vet Ointment, 1/8 oz is a sterile petrolatum ointment designed to lubricate the eyes to treat and prevent symptoms associated with dry eyes in cats, dogs, and horses. Puralube creates a film that lubricates your pet's eyes to protect them against further irritation and to prevent them from drying.
- Prevents and treats eye irritation
- Protects the eyes from water and soap during bathing
- Sterile ocular lubricant
- Moisturizes dry eyes for comfort
- Manufacturer information and usage
Overall Customer Rating:
Customer Reviews: 5
The product works great to help lubricate and protect an eye that no longer can produce tears. The price was very competitive as well.
Senior Dog with Severe KCS
I have a senior dog with severe KCS on both eyes. She lost all vision in one eye and has partial vision in the other. I used Optimmune for a few years which did help but would never correct the condition. It was expensive. I worried about long term effects of Optimmune so I began looking for another treatment. I now use Puralube twice a day along with eye drops and it is doing just as good of a job as Optimmune. I do have to wipe out her eyes every few hours and apply drops but the Puralube is great to use before bed. She can nearly close her eyes when she sleeps.
Puralube Vet Ointment, 1/8 oz
My horse tends to get "stuff" in his eye every spring, which then gets infected. Looking forward to having this product on hand when it happens the next time. Great price and product!
We have an older pekingese who is prone to dry eyes so we put the ointment in his eyes before bedtime to keep his eyes moisturized while he sleeps (with his eyes half open lol).
Good product - easy to use
I do chow rescue and they're prone to having issues with their eyes. It seems like I'm always purchasing eye drops, ointment, or other things for my fosters and personal chows. Buying from VetDepot really helps my budget and it's so easy to order on-line and get it in the mail.
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