Eye Drops & Ear Treatments for Dogs

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Keep care of your dog's hearing and vision with our range of eye and ear treatments. Including eye drops and ear wipes for regular maintenance, and solutions for infections, you can keep these vital sensory organs in tip-top condition with our vet-selected products. Love them well.

Give your dog's ears and eyes special attention with the range of treatments and products from Pet Drugs Online. From eye drops to ear cleaners, we have everything you need to keep your dog in tip top condition.

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Caring For Your Dog’s Eyes

Some breeds of dogs, such as Bichon Frises, are prone to weeping eyes and tear stains, and therefore need regular eye care. For this, eye wipes and tear stain removers will help to keep the eye area healthy.

However, just like humans, eye infections and conjunctivitis can occur in all dogs. When this happens, dog eye drops and gels can clear this up. But remember, if symptoms persist you need to speak to a vet as your dog may need a prescription only treatment.

Keeping the eye area clean can help to prevent dog eye infections. Ensuring you have a grooming routine that keeps your dog's eyes clean and free from discharge is important. For this we stock a variety of drops and gels. These help to clean and lubricate the eye – keeping the eyes hydrated and lubricated to keep them clear of infection.

Symptoms of a Dog Eye Infection

There are a variety of symptoms to look out for if you suspect your pup has an eye infection. Your dog may have just one symptom, or a combination. Look out for:

  • Your dog rubbing their eye with their paw
  • A red or swollen eye
  • Watery discharge
  • Thick discharge
  • You dog holding their eye closed
  • Sensitivity to light

Treating an Eye Infection in Dogs

Eye infections very rarely heal on their own, so if your dog is showing signs of an eye infection it's vital that you treat it.

Many eye infections will need the help of a vet to clear it fully. Prescription treatments will not only clean and lubricate the eye but also fight the infection. Dog eye infections can be not only uncomfortable, but painful too and can lead to serious problems for your pup if left untreated. Be sure to get them checked out and remember, if your dog needs a prescription eye treatment, we stock a variety at a fraction of the price.


For more advice on keeping your dog's eyes healthy, contact our team who will be happy to help with your queries.