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|12-01-2007, 03:48 PM||#2|
Phantom Queen Morrigan
Join Date: May 2006
Location: with my yorkie baby
Blog Entries: 1
well their eye's can tear and overflow if their tear ducts are clogged or too small, or if there is hair poking them alot. When the eyes constantly tear its creates a damp spot on their face which is where yeast and bacteria can grow. thus creating tear stains
Kellie and Morgan
|12-01-2007, 04:51 PM||#3|
Mom to 6 Beautiful Furkids
Join Date: Apr 2006
There are several things that cause tear staining.
Such as genetics, diet, allergies, hair in the eyes,poor health and clogged tear ducts. Once you know what the causing factor is you can properly treat it.
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