Terramycin Ophthalmic Ointment
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Jello1
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Rating: 5

Does it's job

posted 5 years ago

We've used this on kittens and a few adults with gunky eyes. Takes a bit of doing to learn the technique, but once you get it in the eyes it usually clears things up in a few days

Pros: Works

Cons: hard to apply

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Manzana
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Rating: 5

For Bacterial Infections Only

posted 5 years ago

I've given this medication to two cats in the last couple of years -- both times to treat conjunctivitis -- it did a fine job both times. The medicating period was 2 weeks. Though neither cat was crazy about it, they both accepted the treatment relatively well. The medicine is also good for treating inflamed lids and pink eye.

Pros: Doctor Prescribed

Cons: Cats Aren't Big On Ointment in the Eyes!

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