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Dechra Lubrithal® Soothing Eye Gel for Dogs and Cats

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SRP £14.09
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Dechra Lubrithal® Soothing Eye Gel for Dogs and Cats is a fast-acting moisturising ophthalmic eye gel that soothes eyes in cats and dogs.

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Product Details

Dechra Lubrithal® Soothing Eye Gel for Dogs and Cats contains carbomer lubricating fluid which acts fast and retains moisture in the tear film. The gel turns to liquid immediately on contact with the ocular fluid. 

Apply 1-2 drops as required.

Keep out of the sight and reach of children and pets. 

Consult your vet prior to use if your pet is on any other eye medication or if they are showing any of the following signs: pain or irritation, red or inflamed eyes, excessive tear production, opaque discharge or if your pet is scratching or rubbing at its eyes.

Sizes

It is available in
  • 10g

Key Benefits

  • A moisturising ophthalmic eye gel to soothe eyes in dogs and cats.
  • Fast acting.
  • Long lasting – carbomer lubricating fluid helps retain moisture in the tear film for much longer than many eye drops.

Ingredients

  • Dechra Lubrithal
    Aqua, sorbitol, carbomer, sodium hydroxide, cetrimide, disodium EDTA
Instructions

Apply 1-2 drops as required. Keep out of the sight and reach of children and pets. 

Consult your vet prior to use if your pet is on any other eye medication or if they are showing any of the following signs: pain or irritation, red or inflamed eyes, excessive tear production, opaque discharge or if your pet is scratching or rubbing at its eyes.

What our vet says

What our vet says
"This is a lubricant which effectively aids moisturisation of the tear layer of the eye. It's different to other products as it retains moisture for longer. No more sticky or dry eyes. This gets a big thumbs up from our customers who have seen a big improvement in their pet's condition."
John Campbell - Head Veterinary Surgeon (BVM&S BSc MRCVS)
John Campbell Head Veterinary Surgeon And
Co-Founder (BVM&S BSc MRCVS)