Gold Medal Clean Eyes for Dogs & Cats
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Gold Medal Clean Eyes For Dogs & Cats

A sterile, isotonic solution for cleaning debris and matter from irritated eyes or flushing the eye in case of irritation. This mild irrigating solution gently flushes away foreign matter and relieves eye irritation caused by wind, dust, dirt, sun, air pollution, pollen, ragweed and other irritants. Gently washes away irritants or foreign matter, Reduces redness caused by dust and air pollutants and allergy causing irritants like pollen and Excellent for Use After Swimming to wash away chlorine. Cardinal Professional Pet Care Gold Medal Pets. Clean Eyes Soothing Eye Solution. Sterile Ophthalmic Irrigating Solution for Eyes. This mild irrigating solution gently flushes away foreign matter and relieves eye irritation caused by wind, dust, air pollution, ragweed, and other irritants.
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