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"My elderly rescued crossbreed has recently been diagnosed as having the onset of cataracts in both his eyes. My vet tells me that, at the moment, my dog's vision is not too bad, but I was wondering if there is anything I can do to slow down the cataracts."
Janice Reed, Salisbury, Wiltshire
We have heard of a product called Bright Eyes, which may be of use to you. It comes in the form of hypoallergenic eye drops, which are safe for either humans or pets to use, proving especially successful with those suffering with glaucoma or cataracts. The drops contain a combination of vitamins, lubricants and a powerful super antioxidant called N-Acetyl-Carnosine. Results of human tests have shown that the drops alleiviated eye tiredness and improved eye-sight to give clearer vision.
Karen Redpath, Dogs Today
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