Unlike other preservative-free drops, the I-DROP® VET GEL's bottle has a one-way valve system that dispenses one sterile dosed drop at a time. Therefore, eliminating any chance of the product re-entering the bottle. The one-way valve prevents contamination of the liquid and allows for a longer usage time after opening (12 months). This bottle also has silver ion, a well-documented antimicrobial, in the cap that re-sterilizes the tip of the bottle once the cap is closed.
Water for injection, sodium chloride, 0.30% viscoadaptive hyaluronan, glycerin and sodium phosphate.
I-DROP® VET GEL is intended to supplement an animal’s natural tear film. This eye drop has been specifically formulated with human quality manufacturing standards and materials because we believe that pets deserve the highest standards of care available.
This preservative-free drop can be used up to 12 months after opening.
Following your veterinarian's recommendation, you may need as little as two drops a day in each eye.
After use, there may be a residual amount of liquid remaining on the blue tip. This confirms that the bottle is working as designed and not drawing this liquid back into the bottle. This one-way valve is critical in keeping the remaining solution sterile and safe. Even a minuscule amount of fluid exposed to a non-sterile external environment may become contaminated. If any residual solution remains on the bottle after use, simply flick it off and close the cap tightly.
Perfect for my furbabies eyes
Use every day and can’t go with out it for my Boston Terrier after her ulcer surgery and now row a year after! And we will continue.
I have tried several products for my little Shih Tzu's dry eyes and have not seen much improvement. The first time I tried this product, I could tell it was different. I wish I posted a before and after photo because LuLu's eyes are much clearer looking. Fantastic product that I will definitely purchase again!
Most dogs with KCS don't produce enough tears for proper eye lubrication, so it's a "quantity" issue. Unfortunately, my dog has KCS with a tear "quality" issue, which is a bit more difficult to treat. We were using the prescribed Tacroliums drops from the dog ophthalmologist which increases tear production but all they were doing was giving him watery eyes which were still red, itchy, and dry. I think I've tried every moisturizing eye drop you can get at a pharmacy and this is the only eye drop that gives him any relief. During the summer months when there's a bit more humidity in the air I give the drops 1-2 times per day and in the winter when it's really dry it can be 5-6 times per day. He's pretty good about letting me know when he needs more drops. They may be a bit on the pricey side for eye drops, but do you know how expensive it is to see the dog ophthalmologist? It's $250 to walk in the door, not to mention all the money that's already been spent on constant eye infections from KCS. Since we started using these drops we haven't had any issues with eye infections. These drops are absolutely worth it to me and my pup.
This is a great eye lubrication for pets with eye problems. Sometimes our dog can have painful looking eyes & a drop of this several times a day, makes it look much healthier. Our Vet prescribed these but, after picking them up each month & paying their markup, I realized here was a much better option. It's a little bit cheaper & it's very convenient to have them delivered directly to our home. The fact that it's the exact same thing that's given to us at the Vet, puts my mind at ease that's it's not only safe for our dog, but the best option we could buy.