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lol, Chloe always looks like she just woke up. She's one lazy girl. I wish we could get rid of her tear stains. I clean them twice a day with tear stain remover, and put desitin on them to no avail. :cry:
 

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That post is GREAT!!!

I can't wait to get Steve home to see my WORLD'S MOST HANDSOME MAN :wink:

I read before that putting a tiny bit of vinegar (white or Apple cider) in the drinking water and lead up to a tsp a day can decrease tear stains. Fina had a mild problem with tearstains and now gets 1 tsp of white vinegar in her drinking water daily and has no tears stains at all............she has also switched food back to Artemis, so it may be the food, may be the vinegar....

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Awwww....great pics! I have soooo missed seeing your two. :D
 

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Very cute pics! I guess only white dogs have problems with tear stains?
 

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Thanks for the tip Fina's mom! I'll start trying that right away. I hope she'll still drink the water. What's weird is it's only her blue eye that gets the bad staining. I don't think it could be the food they're on because they're both on DVP's Natural Balance which is supposed to be one of the best. I travel 30+ miles once every 2 months to get it, and it costs me a small fortune each time.
 
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