Angels' Eyes for dogs is a consumer product that abolishes muddled tear stains. The product is also used to rid beard stains and paw stains on dogs. A food supplement, Angels' Eyes contains tylosin, an antibiotic. Though generally safe, there are a number of side effects.
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Common Side Effects
The common side effects of Angels' Eyes are diarrhea, swallowing problems, dizziness, hives, inflamed tongue, light sensitivity, loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting, swelling and problems with vision.
Less Common Side Effects
The less common side effects of Angels' Eyes are anemia, blood disorders, allergic reaction of all kinds, genital rash or sores, anal rash or sores, and constant ringing noises in ears.
Rare Side Effects
The rare side effects of Angels' Eyes are Muscle weakness, throat sores, inflammation of the throat, inflammation of the genitals and skin, liver poisoning, skin peeling and eruptions of the skin.
Always check with your veterinarian before changing your pet’s diet, medication, or physical activity routines. This information is not a substitute for a vet’s opinion.