Frequently Asked Questions
Pet Eyez™ vitamin treats are for both dogs and cats. With 18 vitamins and minerals in each treat, please refer to our dosage guidelines for best results. Since cats are smaller, we recommend just 1-2 treats per day.
All of our treats are human-grade pet treats, containing only meat from USA-raised animals following USDA guidelines and packed with 18 vitamins and minerals in each serving. A list of our ingredients on every package. There are no added hormones or antibiotics. Pet Eyez™ are freeze-dried to lock in the maximum amount of nutrients for the highest-quality product available.
Our treats are made using a special freeze-drying process that locks in the characteristics and natural nutrition of fresh, raw food.
Because they are freeze-dried, they retain the flavor characteristics and natural nutrition of raw food, which is much more enjoyable for pets, along with 18 essential vitamins and minerals in each serving, Pet Eyez™ is healthier than most of the other processed treats on the market today.
Pet Eyez™ vitamin treats are not cooked. Our unique freeze-drying process helps to lock in the flavor and nutritional quality of the raw meats they contain, resulting in a product that your pets are sure to love!
All of our products are sourced in the USA, and we only work with the best farmers and suppliers around. We also have independent labs test all of our products before they ever leave our facility.
You can purchase them directly on our website, here! We ship directly to all 48 states in the Continental US and have distributors in other parts of the world. If you are interested in becoming a distributor, please fill out our contact page.
Remember, freeze-dried treats are heartier and thus our pets don’t need as much. 4 oz of freeze-dried can equate to 1 lb raw meat so please follow our dosage guidelines to avoid overdosing.
Most dogs with tear staining have normal tear production and do not have an underlying ocular problem. However, many dogs have a normal variation in their eyelid conformation that causes tears to drain onto their face rather than draining down the nasolacrimal puncta and into the nasolacrimal system.
Some dogs produce too much of a pigment-containing molecule that can be found in dog tears and cause the staining. When the dog’s body breaks down red blood cells, a naturally occurring molecule remains as a waste product. These molecules, known as porphyrins, contain iron, which is responsible for the red coloration, which gets darker when exposed to sunlight. Porphyrins are usually excreted via the digestive system but in dogs, they are also removed from the body in urine, saliva and tears. Darker coated dogs can also suffer from tear stains, but the marks are harder to see on the dark hair. It is a good idea to check your dog’s eyes regularly for any problems.
High mineral content in your dog's drinking water can also contribute to tear stains—staining around the mouth can tip you off. If that's the case, give your pup fresh, filtered water instead of tap. Low-quality ingredients in your dog's food like fillers can cause allergic reactions that result in excess tearing, too
Glaucoma – a serious condition that causes a build-up of pressure in the eye and can damage the optic nerve.
Eye infection – infections by bacteria, viruses or parasites can cause a discharge from the eye.
Conjunctivitis – inflammation in the eye’s lining can cause mucus, pus or discharge.
Ear infection – may cause the eye on the same side of the head to tear more than is usual.
Ingrown eyelashes – these can rub against the surface of the eye, causing irritation and damage.
Entropion – a condition where the eyelid rolls in, causing the eyelashes to rub against the eye and causing irritation.
Blocked tear duct
Red meat in the diet which
contains iron and other minerals
Poor diet, excess carbohydrates,
vitamin or mineral deficiency/excess
Teething issues, especially
Plastic food and water bowls
Be sure to consult with a professional if your pets’ tear stains persist for longer than 30 days after taking Pet Eyez™.
Blueberries are a superfood rich in antioxidants, which prevent cell damage in humans and canines alike. They're packed with fiber and phytochemicals as well. Pet Eyez™ vitamin treats include blueberry fruit powder in every treat.
Depending on the color of your pets’ fur and the amount of time the stains have been there, we recommend taking Pet Eyez™ for 30 days. If you don’t see a difference or are not completely satisfied, simply send back any unused product for a 100% money-back refund.
The nutrients in Pet Eyez™ have anti-inflammatory and antioxidative benefits, and studies sow benefits ranging from improvement in dry eyes, allergy eyes, glaucoma, cataracts and retina protection/nourishment.