Treatment tips

  1. Follow your veterinarian’s advice
    Follow the advice given by your veterinarian. If you have any questions about the treatment of your dog’s condition, always contact your veterinarian, who will be pleased to discuss your concerns.
  2. Demonstration may be helpful
    Ask your veterinarian for a demonstration of how to apply eye ointment correctly.
  3. Spare pair of hands
    The first few times you apply the ointment, it may be useful to have a spare pair of hands to steady your dog’s head.
  4. Stick to a routine
    Stick to a routine – this will help you to remember to apply your dog’s treatment regularly.
  5. Don’t run out
    Don’t run out of your dog’s treatment – remember to contact your veterinarian before you finish your current tube of ointment.
  6. Don’t stop the treatment
    Don’t stop treatment unless told to do so by your veterinarian, even if your dog’s eyes start to look better. In the majority of cases, Dry Eye usually needs life long treatment.
  7. Regular check ups
    Regular check-ups with your veterinarian are an important part of monitoring your dog and its treatment.