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  1. danchoi123
    12-21-2015 07:25 PM - permalink
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  2. georgiapeach
    07-31-2013 03:21 PM - permalink
    Sorry I'm just responding to this message! I feed my dogs a fish-based grain free diet, preferably one with no beet pulp in it. I also wipe the eyes at the first sign of any discharge with a clean tissue.
  3. liljaker
    01-08-2013 02:05 PM - permalink
    Hi. Was trying to figure out why I can't post and saw a friend request. I don't post/lurk as much anymore so not sure if this was here for a long time. If so, I apologize! Happy New Year.
  4. sandooch
    11-01-2011 02:42 PM - permalink
    Thanks, Countryboy! That's really pretty. I'm going to do pink right now to match her hair, but I will do that one soon. Thanks for thinking of her.
  5. Countryboy
    10-24-2011 12:45 PM - permalink
    Try this for Gigi.
  6. silverpup
    07-26-2011 01:37 AM - permalink
    Beautiful baby!
  7. LEUllman
    04-28-2011 08:13 AM - permalink
    "Both the tears and saliva contain metals that your dogs gets from its food or water. When they hit the air they start to oxidise. At this point the bacteria on the skin metabolises them. The bacteria creates an enzyme that is the basis of the red yeast.

    Angels Delight works because it oxidises the metals inside the body.

    ACV may help to change the PH of the tears- thereby preventing the bacteria from metabolising the metals.

    The antibiotic based products work by killing the bacteria.

    Filtered water may help by reducing the totals of metals- these metals are important though.

    Probiotics may help to increase some of the good bacteria.

    All of the above ultimately help to control the red yeast (in varying degrees).

    The two most effective products seem to be Angels Delight (antibiotic free and natural) and Angels Eyes (antibiotic based but faster).

    I have been using Angels Delight for a long time now and have been very happy with it."
  8. LEUllman
    04-28-2011 08:11 AM - permalink
    Hi Sandy,

    I just dropped Beau off at Madeline for his groom, and this time I remembered to ask her about staining. She said Tylan powder works best. It is an antibiotic, and is also the active ingredient in Angel Eyes. Yes, there are issues with giving an antibiotic long term, but in many cases the staining clears up after a few months and the Tylosin can be discontinued, and the stains never come back. She did recommend having the vet check her eyes, as impacted eyelashes are a common cause.

    I also discovered some good info on a Maltese forum, which I'm going to have to send in a separate message, as this one is too long.

    Angels Delight is a natural, non-antibiotic medicine; might be worth a try before going the Tylosin route.

    Hope this helps!

  9. sandooch
    02-22-2011 08:44 AM - permalink
    So sorry I didn't see your message to me until today. Thank you so much for the complement. I need to get some more pictures of Gigi up. I'm saving to have her professionally groomed. I do a fair job, but I really don't have the right equipment. Once I take her in, I'll post more pictures for sure.

    How old is your poodle?

  10. skinnydoggz
    02-01-2011 12:00 AM - permalink
    Your puppy is sooo cute! I'd love to see more pictures. I have my first poodle (standard) and have only done her face and front paws once. I'm learning a lot from this group.

    Take care.

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