In solution, kills bacteria in 30 seconds! Use to cleanse irritated eyes and provide relief from burning, stinging, itching, pollutants and other foreign materials. The steroid-free and antibiotic-free gel is non-toxic and non-sensitizing.
- Brand: Vetericyn
- Form: Gel
- Size : 3 oz
"Too thick to go into the eye safely"
It gloops out. So, it either falls on the floor, or you risk poking the goat's eye out. Sorry, but this one is a failure.
I've given 5 stars because all other Vetericyn products I've used have been extremely good. A suggestion for the impossible dispenser: try sucking some product into a sterile syringe of appropriate size for the animal you are treating. Without the needle, of course! I'm going to try this on my cat, who's been having a slight but persistent brownish discharge at her eye corners...will post results
"Good product bad dispenser"
Product helped clear up St.Bernard's badly irritated eyes. Relatively quick results. Application is difficult...either too much or too little. Perhaps a tube would be better with a narrower applicator?
"Vetericyn Animal Ophthalmic Gel "
i used this product in 4 difrent of my chicken's eye's that had coryza after 1st cleaning the eye good and used it for 3 day's just as a percoustion and it cleared the eye's up compleatly and saved the eye's this stuff work's great
"Wonderful Product, Not So good Dispenser"
This product REALLY WORKS AMAZINGLY!It got rid of an eye staph bacterial infection within 24hrs!Only downside is that it IS impossible to get the correct amount to come out of the thick plastic dispenser. Hoping the company could find a better dispenser for this product because it definately works but horrible to apply. So totally agree with previous review on the dispenser!
"Horrible dispenser bottle"
Let me start by saying I am extremely happy with other Vetericyn products, such as the spray which works great on ringworm, and the ear cleanser. Unfortunately, the eye drops bottle is so poorly designed that the product is effectively unusable. When you squeeze the bottle, air puffs out -- making the cat instantly close its eyes and pull away. Ok, so you try squeezing the air out first so the cat won't flinch. But then you are holding a constant pressure and trying to add the exact right additional pressure to get a drop or two -- this is nearly impossible. If you don't squeeze hard enough on the thick plastic bottle, nothing comes out. If you squeeze too hard then a big squirt of gel comes out, far more than you need. Even worse, as you try to apply it, the gel is so thick that it sucks some gel back into the bottle... leading to possible contamination! In this bottle, the Vetericyn is effectively unusable at worst and horribly wasteful at best. I have contacted the company to complain as well. Really, really disappointing because I needed this to work for a cat with persistent eye problems.