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Tear Staining

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"Tear staining is usually caused by epiphora, which is the technical word for excessive tear production. The tearstains themselves are reddish-brown streaks under a dog’s (or cat’s) eyes. The condition is much more prevalent in certain breeds (for example, the Maltese, the Lhasa Apso, and the Shih Tzu), and is much more obvious in animals with light-colored coats." - Doctor Karen Becker Within the grooming industry eye stains have eluded care professionals forever and continue to do so. All rascals receive an in depth facial when being pampered with us. We have several tear less organic facials to choose from. He gently massage the face, including under the eyes and gentle rub away any debri, however the stain won't rub away with it as much as we'd like. For more information on eye stains, causes, side effects and tips visit:copy & paste
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Tuesday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

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