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Eye infections are an uncomfortable, painful condition that can affect dogs, and can be difficult to manage. Dogs who are prone to eye problems will need extra eye care at home. There are many products available to help keep your dogs eyes clean and comfortable.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What are eye infection symptoms in dogs?
Conjunctivitis, sometimes called 'pinkeye' refers to inflammation of the conjunctival tissue of the eye. This is the fleshy mucous membrane which covers the inside of the eyelids and eyeball. Typical symptoms of conjunctivitis include:
- Discharge which can be mucous, yellow or green
- Swelling of the conjunctival tissue
- Tearing, also known as epiphora
- Pawing at the eye or rubbing eye on surfaces
- Crusting around the eye, which can affect opening the eye
There are many causes for conjunctivitis in dogs. At the first sign of any eye abnormalities, it is important to seek veterinary assistance. Eye conditions can become serious very quickly, and even result in blindness or losing the eye. If your dog is pawing at the eye, it is best to put an Elizabethan collar on your dog while you are waiting to see your vet, to prevent further self-trauma occurring to the eye.
Author info: Dr Nicole du Plessis - Pet Circle In-House Veterinarian