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There is something wrong with my dog's eyes
Keratoconjunctivitis Sicca - Dry eye
What is “dry eye?”
Keratocunjunctivitis Sicca (KCS) or dry eye as it is commonly known, is a condition found in humans and animals where the eyes do not produce enough tears or moisture for the eyeballs to stay moist and shiny.
My dog has what looks like a red cherry stuck in the corner of its eye
Cherry eyes in pets
My pet injured its eye!
Trauma to the eye- eyelids and cornea
Just like in people, the eye of a dog or cat is a delicate structure that can be affected by a huge number of different conditions. This article will cover trauma to the eyelids, third eyelid and cornea.
Displacement of the eyeball
Proptosis is defined, as the forward displacement of the globe (eyeball) out of the socket, with the eyelids trapped behind the globe.
Proptosis is an ophthalmic emergency. Any suspected trauma to your pet’s eye warrants a visit to your veterinarian immediately.