If you search you will find lots of threads on tear stains. First step is a vet check is to make sure there are no health issues, such as blocked tear glands or ingrowing eyelashes. Then the simplest method is to keep the area as clean and dry as possible - shaved face, wipe clean several times a day with a warm damp cloth (plain water or slightly salted), and dry well. Puppies often suffer tear staining when they are teething, and it can also be caused by allergies. There are many products that claim to help, but the most effective ones used antibiotics and that has now been banned in most countries - we need to keep ABs effective for the big and dangerous things!
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