Ingredients - All Natural. No Nasties.
At Young Woofians, we really love and adore our fur babies, which is why we only ever use the highest quality, 100% natural active ingredients in our products so you’ll know your pup is in safe hands.
A breakthrough natural product that assists in removing staining without interfering with the animals natural tear production.
Happy Tears® is a pro-grade antibacterial grooming treatment that treats and prevents eye gloop and tear stains. Ethically sourced. All natural ingredients. Made without any of the nasty stuff.
Our flagship product, Happy Tears® is applied through a simple two-step treatment process. It is suitable for all breeds of dogs with white or light coloured fur as well as darker fur, short and long hair. It is are suitable for puppies with tear stains and for pregnant dogs who need a tear stain remover and Happy Tears is a simple to use 2 step process which acts as a tear stain remover, giving your pet fresh eyes in a gentle way. This revolutionary product, developed by pet lovers, is proven to work as an effective stain remover treatment and has multiple customer reviews on here and on independent review site Trustpilot.
Although tear stains do not hurt your dog, the yellow or red discolouration can be unsightly and accumulated dirt and debris can cause infection, using Happy Tears dog grooming products to treat tear stains around your dogs eyes can reduce the chance of this.
A Complete Tear Stain Treatment Kit contains: x1 Happy Tears Solution (2 fl. oz. / 59ml) x1 Happy Tears Powder (.5 oz. / 14g) x1 Happy Tears Brush x1 Happy Tears Bamboo cloth 2 x Mini Bear applicators (made from Bamboo, 1 in pink and 1 in black).
Continuous use may also be required in certain breeds that are prone to tear stains and early application is advisable as stains can become embedded and stubborn to remove*.
X No bleach
X No peroxide
X No parabens
X No steriods
X No antibiotics
X No whitening agents
X No harsh abrasives
X No harmful agents
Just simple ingredients, without the mystery.
Your beloved dog deserves the best and that is why our products are made with ingredients of the highest quality.
We use only all natural, human-grade ingredients that we test on ourselves first.
A natural cleanser and antibacterial that is used in well-established eye treatments to help relieve irritation and discomfort. In powder form it is also a pharmaceutical-grade drying agent, which keeps the affected area dry.
(Hydrastis canadensis) – also called orangeroot or yellow puccoon, is a perennial herb in the buttercup family, it mimics the properties of a natural antibiotic to help remove the bacteria causing tear staining.
Similar to Goldenseal, Echinacea is also an anti-inflammatory and acts as a natural antibiotic, helping clear up any bacterial infections.
Eyebright (Euphrasia) has been used in traditional herbal medicine in Europe for centuries, particularly for minor eye ailments like redness and irritation. This herb has anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and astringent properties and contains the substance Aucubin, which stimulates the production of proteins that are involved in the healing processes.
From one dog to ear to another, we are happy to share our secret.
Tear stain removal success with Happy Tears® lies not just in the formulation but in the application process.
Happy Tears® results in happy dogs.
Unlike many other products, we’ve focused on making applying the treatment as simple and safe as possible – for you and your pet. Everything we include has been tested with different animals during the research and development process to ensure the treatment works in the most effective way without any discomfort – no fur pulling, no left-over strands, fluff or fuss.
Premium dog grooming, backed by science.
Here at Young Woofians, we work hard to ensure the very best quality that your pet deserves. After a few equations and dog walks to clear our mind, we found the answer.
It’s simple science really.
The key to understanding dogs inside out
In dogs, red blood cells live for around 3 months after which they are broken down to be replaced with new red blood cells; this may sound alarming but it is normal. During this break down process the cells produce by-products called Porphyrins and these Porphyrins are molecules that contain iron produced during the red blood cell break down process. Blood iron is similar to the metal iron (the same atoms as the metal but blood iron is carried by two proteins) and all dogs have porphyrins in their tears, saliva and tinky winky but it appears that some have more than others and it’s these that create the staining on the fur when they react with the air.
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*We always recommend that you speak with your vet to ensure there’s no serious underlying condition or infection. They’ll also check for blocked tear ducts and ensure the tearing is not being exacerbated by allergies and that there’s no foreign bodies, scratches or other injuries that are causing excess tearing. Teething in puppies is a common cause in the younger of our furry friends, while Conjunctivitis and Glaucoma should also be ruled out before considering treatments.