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Vet One Tear Stain Powder Oral Supplement helps prevent Tear Stains Eliminates Saliva Stains Vet One Tear Stain Powder Tear Stain is an oral supplement that helps prevent tear and saliva stains on dogs. This special blend of herbs and antioxidants works from the inside out to reduce unsightly stains without the use of alcohol, dyes or chemicals. Clear your pet of tear stains and saliva stains from around the mouth and hair with Vet One's Tear Stain powder. Clears Stains Works from in inside to remove unsightly stains from around the eyes and mouth caused by tears and saliva.
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* contains a special blend of herbs and antioxidants to help reduce unsightly tear stains from the inside out.

*  It also helps to eradicate saliva staining around the mouth and on hair coats.

*  It does not contain any alcohol, dyes or chemicals.

Directions for Use:

Give 1/4 teaspoon per 15 lbs. of body weight, up to a maximum of 1 teaspoon, once daily. Use daily for 30 days or until stains disappear. Continue as needed.

Active ingredients:

per 1/4 teaspoon approximately 625 mg:

All quantities are minimum.

Cranberry Extract

105 mg

Calcium Ascorbate

35 mg

Oregon Grape Root

35 mg

Marshmallow Root

25 mg

Inactive Ingredients:

Dried Whey, Non-Fat Dry Milk, Silicon Dioxide.


Keep product in cool, dry place.

Avoid temperatures above 86°F.


Safe use in pregnant animals or animals intended for breeding has not been proven. If animal&rsquos condition worsens or does not improve, discontinue use and consult your veterinarian.


For animal use only.

Do not use in pregnant animals.

Do not use product if it appears to be tampered with.

Keep out of reach of children and pets.

In case of accidental overdose, contact a veterinarian immediately.