choose bottled spring water instead of
water from the faucet ..
Water from the faucet has iron
and hard harsh minerals.
Bottled water is a much healthier choice for your pet.
I don't believe in any products promising wonders.
What I found that really works
is to cut the hairs
at the corners of your Maltese
eyes twice a week so that the hair does
not irritate the eyes.
You can dab a little bit of Corn Starch with your finger
to the face just like you would make-up
to help keep the face nice and dry.
Another thing you can do is to
sprinkling powdered buttermilk on their dog food.
I also give my Maltese
bite size raw carrots
for cleaning their teeth,
which is good for their eyes
as well as blueberries for their eyes.
I'm not a fan of giving
Antibiotics lowers your dogs Immune system
same as it does in humans,
your dogs eye stains can come back
darker by using antibiotics.
DO NOT GIVE YOUR DOG ANY ANTIBIOTICS
UNLESS PROSCRIBED BY YOUR VET
Unless You know what you're doing!
Although I have tried Fish Cycling once
in the past and it does work wonders...
This product in only for adult dogs.
Do this after your pups has adult teeth!
You can ask for it at
Revival Animal Health at
1-800-786-4751 for more detail
to get the correct dosage
for the weight of your Maltese
Try natural dry dog food
that does not have red dies,
or corn or chicken by products.
" Children's Benadryl"
For your pups stained eyes.
Try using Children’s Benadryl instead of antibiotics.
Use Children’s Benadryl or a generic band from the
Dollar Tree Store called Allergy Liquid that is alcohol
free for itchy runny eyes. I use a eye dropper for my
adult dogs whenever their eyes get to runny....
which happens the most whenever
the wind blows dust and pollen in the air.
For more help problems on eye stains
Revival Animal Health
"Gently Pluck Hair from Maltese Ears"
Gently pluck the hair out of your Maltese ears
so that the ears stay nice and dry.
This also helps keep your Maltese eyes
from watering which causes eye stains.
Carefully wipe out the inside of your Maltese ears
with rubbing alcohol.
The cotton swab should be nice a clean after cleaning,
but if it is brown your Maltese has ear mites,
which can spread quickly to your other dogs.
After cleaning out the ears with olive oil allowing some to
go into the ear chamber cavity and gently massage,
and wipe away any excess oil.
The olive oil will drown and kill the ear mites.
You should see brown crusty dead ear mites
coming out of your Maltese ears.
Check ears often and repeat the
cleaning process as needed.
Just so you know ear mites also can cause eye staining.
"Please Consult Your Vet"
For any Questions or Concerns