How To Remove Tear Stains in White Dogs
Now this isn’t so much a medical problem as it is a cosmetic issue, but a lot of people with little white fluffy dogs don’t like the fact that little white fluffy dogs tend to get tear staining. They get those brown streaks down their face and there’s all kinds of different products on the market that claim to work, I have never been impressed by any of them. So here’s the most effective treatment for tear staining. It’s a little bit labour intensive, but it is absolutely effective. Take some petroleum jelly, just regular old petroleum jelly, grab a toothbrush and everyday just brush a little bit in your dog’s fur where the tear staining is. Just a light amount, you don’t want to give them a really greasy face, you just want to give them enough that those tears running down have a chance to evaporate before they really stain the fur. If your dog’s got a lot of staining it’s going to take a couple of months to notice a difference, but after about two or three months when all those discoloured hairs fall out the new hair is going to be gorgeous and white and all without the use of any chemicals or any drugs. It works really, really nicely.