Use for keratoconjunctivitis, or dry eye, in dogs, rarely in cats.
Try not to touch the tube or container tip to your dog’s eye or eyelid. It is also important to not contaminate the medication by touching the tip with your fingers or hand. Your veterinarian can help you develop a technique that will be effective and minimally stressful to both you and your dog. If you are giving your dog more than one eye medication (such as artificial tears and tacrolimus), try to allow at least 5 minutes between medications. Wash you hands well after using this medication.