Corneal Care - Advanced

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  • The products in this popular kit work together so that your pet can have more complete support for your animal to support cornea health over the long term.

    - Supports your pet's cornea health
    - Maintains healthy eye tissues
    - Promotes eye comfort

    Advanced Homeopathic and Natural Kit for Animals to support a healthy cornea
    This kit consists of our CORNEAL CARE, TONICPET #4, TONICPET #12 and SILVERPET products.

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What is the 'Advanced Homeopathic and Natural Kit for Animals to support a healthy cornea'?
Just when you thought it couldn’t get any better! Developed to promote more complete support for cornea health, this kit of three EXCELLENT remedies is specially crafted to help your pet in the following ways:

- The CORNEAL CARE natural product WORKS to promote better cornea and overall eye health. An injury to the cornea can cause far-reaching effects. That’s why this EFFECTIVE remedy works in a number of cases such as red, sore eyes, congestive corneal condition, ulceration of the cornea and similar issues!
- The TONICPET #4 natural product optimizes the results of other products by supporting oxygenation to all parts of the body.
- The TONICPET #12 natural product is recommended to maintain eye health and eliminates foreign bodies that may be lodged in the eye.
- The SILVERPET natural product can be used in addition to other products and helps support the immune system and target bacteria or infections.

Who is this kit suitable for?
- Animals needing more support for eye health.
- This natural product can be used for dogs and cats.

What is a corneal ulcer?
Corneal ulcer is a very common condition in cats and dogs. It is an injury to the surface of the eye that occurs most often as a result of trauma (scratch, tree limb, foreign bodies, etc.).

What are the symptoms of a corneal ulcer?
- Conjunctival redness;
- Pain (exacerbated by light);
- Tearing;
- Mucus or pus;
- Eyelid spasm.

What are the possible causes of a corneal ulcer?
- Trauma or injury;
- Infection (bacterial, viral or fungal);
- Exposure to a foreign body;
- Degenerative disease.