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Ocu-GLO Rx

Is your dog having trouble seeing the ball when you throw it? Or does he have cataracts? If so, your dog could benefit from Ocu-GLO Rx, a pharmaceutical-grade vision supplement packed with antioxidants to support canine eye health.

  • May lessen symptoms of some canine eye diseases including cataracts and glaucoma
  • Rich antioxidant formula has overall health benefits  
  • Two sizes of liquid gel caps – small and medium/large

 

Degenerative eye diseases – glaucoma, cataracts, uveitis, and diabetes mellitus -- are common in older dogs. The loss of vision associated with these diseases can translate into a serious reduction in quality of life for your dog.  If your dog has vision problems, talk to your veterinarian about Ocu-GLO Rx. This antioxidant supplement was developed by veterinary ophthalmologists to support canine eye health. Ocu-GLO Rx contains a special blend of 12 antioxidants including: Grapeseed extract, high-potency Lutein, and Omega-3 fatty acids.  This nutraceutical not only helps with eye health, your dog’s entire system will benefit from the antioxidant blend. Choose two sizes of liquid gel caps based on your dog’s size – small or medium/large.

 

What you should know about Ocu-GLO Rx:

  • Talk to your veterinarian before using this product.
  • Follow dosing directions exactly - don’t give your pet more medication than directed and don’t skip doses.
  • Read the label carefully for information about storage, possible side effects, and drug interactions.

 

For additional information about Ocu-GLO Rx, click the “More Information” and “Package Insert” tabs above.

 

Ocu-GLO Rx™ vision supplement by Animal Necessity is a unique blend of anti-oxidants formulated by board-certified veterinary ophthalmologists to nutritionally support the health of the canine eye.

 
Common canine ocular symptoms & conditions:

  • Decreased vision in dim lighting conditions
  • Cloudy appearance to eye
  • Pupils that do not constrict
  • Early diabetic & other types of cataracts
  • Degenerative and other age-related retinal diseases
  • Glaucoma
  • Optic neuritis
  • Uveitis
  • Dry Eye

 

Each bottle of OcuGLO Rx contains 90 capsules, which will last from one to three months, depending on the weight of your dog. Dosage is determined by weight:

  • Under 10 lbs: 1 small formula capsule per day
  • Between 10-30 lbs: 1 med/lrg formula capsule per day
  • Between 30-60 lbs: 2 med/lrg formula capsules per day (1 am and 1 pm)
  • Over 60 lbs: 3 med/lrg formula capsules per day (2 am and 1 pm)
  • Giant breed dogs weighing over 100 lbs: 4 med/lrg formula capsules per day (2 am and 2 pm)

With over a century of experience in the fields of veterinary medicine and orthomolecular nutrition, Animal Necessity's supplements are designed to support health wellness and prevent disease through optimizing nutritional intake.

 

Find Ocu-Glo Rx Vision Supplement for Dogs' dose and ingredient information below:

Ocu-Glo Rx Vision Supplement Facts and Suggested Use

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  • Q:

    My dog doesnt do pills very well. Is there eye drops or can I sprikle it in food?
    Asked on 3/18/2015 by Alley girl from Lewiston, ID, United States

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      Unfortunately, there are no eye drops at this time but you can sprinkle the capsules over food. It is messy however so you do need to be careful doing that. It also can stain the pets fur around their mouth as well. You could try to mix it in the food and it might not stain as bad otherwise the manufacturer might have some other tips you could try.

      Thank you,
      VetRxDirect

      Answered on 3/24/2015 by VetRxDirect
  • Q:

    My dog's fur is developing an orange tinge.  (He appears to be developing alopecia in addition to retinal degeneration).  Could the orange of OCU-GLO possibly be affecting the color of his fur?
    Asked on 2/12/2015 by cappyclemson from South Carolina, United States

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      The orange color in Ocu-Glo comes from the ingredient Lycopene, which is obtained from tomatoes. Ocu-Glo Gelcaps have the potential to stain carpet, furniture, and fur if broken open. When administering this supplement it is recommended that the dog does not chew the gelcaps but instead swallows it whole, preventing the contents from spilling. The manufacturer does not have any reports of this supplement changing the coat color. We recommend contacting your veterinarian for any concerns you may have while your pet is taking Ocu-Glo.

      Answered on 2/25/2015 by VetRxDirect
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    Can the pill be squeezed in a capsule and then given to my dog...She refuses to eat when I squeezed the capsule in her food. My husband said, " why can't we put it in a capsule and wrap meat around it.."  She can't smell it in a capsule. 
    Asked on 2/5/2015 by chelseysmom from Ocean Springs, MS, United States

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      Ocu-GLO capsules can be hidden in other treats or foods your dog finds tasty or the capsules can be punctured and the contents squeezed on to your dog's food. If you decide to puncture the capsules, please be careful as the contents will stain fabrics and fur.

      Answered on 2/9/2015 by VetRxDirect
  • Q:

    will you ship to Canada Alberto? or Hong Kong SAR?
    Asked on 1/26/2015 by Cashdordor from Hong Kong

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    • A:

      Unfortunately, we only ship within the United States at this time.

      Thank you,
      VetRxDirect

      Answered on 1/26/2015 by VetRxDirect
  • Q:

    My 10 month coton de tulear has just been diagnosed with retinal atrophy. The pill is too big for her to swallow. Any hints? If I empty the capsule in her food, how do I remove the stains from her white coat? How should the capsules be stored?
    Asked on 1/22/2015 by cotonmom from Big Rapids, MI

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      Unfortunately, there is no easy way to remove the stains from her coat. We have smaller capsules for small dogs that you could try or mixing the contents of the capsule up with the food. We suggest using a wet cloth or trying to shampoo your pets fur to try to get rid of the stains, otherwise try contacting the manufacturer to see if they have any other suggestions of what you could try. The manufacturer is Ocu-Glo and their phone number is 1-800-721-1310.

      Thank you,
      VetRxDirect

      Answered on 2/13/2015 by VetRxDirect
  • Q:

    Does this product come in eye drop form and is there any benefit difference between vitamin and drop. I have a 3 year old rescue with early cataracts and hope to avoid surgery and give her a better quality of life.
    Asked on 1/17/2015 by Nina from Richmond, VA, United States

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      Nina,

      Unfortunately this product does not come in an eye drop, just the capsules.

      Thank you,
      VetRxDirect

      Answered on 1/19/2015 by VetRxDirect
  • Q:

    Can the capsules be squeezed onto food like a fish oil capsules?
    Asked on 1/6/2015 by Marty M from Buffalo, NY, United States

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      Yes, Ocu-GLO Rx can be squeezed onto food. Be careful, the product can stain fabrics and fur.

      Answered on 1/7/2015 by VetRxDirect from VetRxDirect
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    My dog does not take pills easily, I usually get her meds in liquid form. Does OcuGLO Rx come in a liquid form. My pet is a Cavapoo weighing 22 lbs. I just found out this weekend that she has this condition.
    Asked on 1/4/2015 by Peashes Mom from Toms River, NJ, United States

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      Ocu-GLO Rx are liquid gel caps that can be broken or pierced so the contents can be applied directly to your dog's food. A word of caution, the liquid is bright orange and can stain fabrics and fur.

      Answered on 1/7/2015 by VetRxDirect from VetRxDirect
  • Q:

    My 18 pound dog was diagnosed with diabetes II in October when I began an insulin and diet regimen. This week I gave her her first capsule of ocu-glo which caused diarrhea.  Any suggestions?  I have the ocu glo for medium dogs, 11 to 30 lbs.  
    Asked on 12/27/2014 by Bellabacardi from Trenton, NJ, United States

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      If the diarrhea was an abnormal occurrence, please consult your veterinarian. Although possible, Ocu-Glo is not known to cause diarrhea. Consideration can be given to retrying Ocu-Glo and observing for diarrhea, and if none occurs then Ocu-Glo may not have been the cause. If diarrhea does occur, do not use Ocu-Glo any longer.

      Answered on 1/7/2015 by VetRxDirect from VetRxDirect
  • Q:

    Could I give Ocu-GLO to my cat? 12 years old, FIV positive, who is going blind (cataracts and uveitis, in both eyes). He does not have any other medical problems. He is under the supervision of a great Vet! Thanks.
    Asked on 11/25/2014 by Mimi287 from New York, NY

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    • A:

      Ocu-GLO is an eye supplement that may help support your cat’s eye health. This product has no contraindications but it’s recommended to stop the treatment one week before any surgery. We recommend informing your pet’s veterinarian first to determine your pet’s nutritional or eye care needs. He or she will be able to help you make the best decision for your pet.

      Thank you,
      VetRxDirect

      Answered on 12/3/2014 by VetRxDirect from VetRxDirect
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This stuff works!!

We have a 6.5 year old Brussels Griffon that has had a run of bad luck! She fell down a set of 3 stairs last October of 2013 and as a result, broke her...Read complete review

We have a 6.5 year old Brussels Griffon that has had a run of bad luck! She fell down a set of 3 stairs last October of 2013 and as a result, broke her elbow. After surgery and 3 casts with Dr. Dew an orthopedic surgeon, she is able to walk again.

Her missing the stairs had me concerned about her eyesight so during the healing process, I found an ophthalmologist to examine her. Dr. Miller, stated that she did in fact have the onset of cataracts and that could have contributed to the fall however she also had retinal deterioration so she wasn't a good candidate for cataract removal. At his recommendation, we ordered Ocu-Glo RX and started taking the pills immediately. After 3 months we returned to see Dr. Miller and weren't given much hope but he said to continue taking the Ocu-Glo. We returned again for our 6 month check up and again, much of the same. "Keep doing what you're doing". Very disappointing news...

However, yesterday we went for our 9 month checkup and were told that both eyes were developing cataracts and one was already very visible and he suspected the other one would be visible quite soon. I had just broke into tears when he stopped and said, "but because the retinal deterioration has stabilized, she is now a candidate for cataract surgery". Thank you Ocu-Glo!! Hopefully because of Ocu-Glo our little Lulu will be able to enjoy her eyesight a little longer!!

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I attempted to give my dog one dose of this product in peanut butter. My dog bite the capsule and refused to swallow it. The red dye running from my dogs mouth along with...Read complete review

I attempted to give my dog one dose of this product in peanut butter. My dog bite the capsule and refused to swallow it. The red dye running from my dogs mouth along with copious amounts of drool. Staining everything in his path along with a beige couch, that is now ruined. Being I had to spend $75 dollars on this eye supplement I attempted again to get this past my dog by mixing it in his wet food. Another no go, he ate everything around the supplement, but not the food with the supplement in it. I call Ocu-Glo and they stated that there is no flavor to this capsule, which is baloney because I can smell how bitter this is with my human nose. VetRX will not take returns for this product, and the Ocu-Glo manufacturers will only give a very small cash return on the remaining 88 capsules. It would of been nice if there was samples to give my dog first so I would not have flushed $75 down the toilet. I will not be purchasing anything further from either of these companies and do not recommended doing business with them at all. I understand that this product even if returned can not be resold because of it being opened. But this product is horrid to administer.

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        our 11 yr old Springer Spaniel was dx with SARDS and the specialist recommended we give this a try. We know that she will lose her vision completely and don't really know if this has slowed down the progress but it's one of those things of "what if I didn't give it to her, would it have prolonged her vision" situation. We hide it in a large piece of "cheap" hot dog so she doesn't really take time to give it a good "chomp" before it's down. It has a horrible smell once punctured tho! We shall see at our follow up with the specialist at our next visit as to how the loss of vision has progressed. Our difficult situation is that she is also deaf....

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        5.0

        Great product for the eyes

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        from New Jersey, USA

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        told by my vet to use Ocu-Glo for my pets eyes to prevent any future problems as he ages .

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        5.0

        Great product

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        very good product that I will order again, and again. dog is doing better.

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        5.0

        Eye surgeon recommended

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        from Paradise, CA

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        I got my first bottle at the eye surgeon and then ordered more.

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        4.0

        Veterinary Ophthalmologist Recommended

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        from San Diego, CA, USA

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        We bought this product since it was specifically recommended by a veterinary ophthalmologist we went to for our dogs recently. The capsules are easily given hidden inside any soft treat..

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        5.0

        Delayed Total Blindness

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        from Asheville, NC, USA

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        This product has helped extend the time before my dog becomes totally blind. Ocu Glo also helps to clear the eyeball of the dead retinal cells. He was diagnosed with progressive retinal atrophy almost three years ago. My canine ophthalmologist prescribed Ocu Glo and my dog gets a capsule with each meal. Up until last month he would still play fetch as long as I did not throw his toy too far away.

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        5.0

        It Works

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        from Roy, WA, USA

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        My toy Poodle was diagnosed with diabetes 10 months ago and at the time our vet stated that he would probably develop cataracts and go blind within 3-4 mos. Hubby did the research and we gave it a shot and his sight is still with us but it is decreasing but he gets his pill every morning. So happy we found this product--spendy but worth it

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        5.0

        Very effective!!!

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        from New York, USA

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        Ever since I've been giving my Miles Ocu-Glow Rx, his bletharitis symptoms have subsided. He has not had one flare up. I've since weaned him off all the nasty meds he was on, and it's been great so far. I'm very pleased with these results and my vet has no explanation as to how this has been successful. Great supplement!!!

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        5.0

        LOVE IT

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        from Jonesborough, TN, USA

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        Thanks to Ocu-glo my girl still has limited vision afer being diagnosed with PRA last may.

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        3.0

        Hope ir makes a difference

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        Bought with the hope that ocuglo would improve or maintain the eyesight of our ACD .
        Aussi. He has declined. But no way of knowing if it helps.

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