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Results for “cherry-eye”
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Several breeds of dogs and some cats are at risk for "cherry eye," an eye disorder. If you see the signs, talk to your vet as soon as possible.
Left untreated, cat or dog cherry eye can cause more serious problems for your pet. Find out what treatment options are available.
Eye infections in dogs and cats can be caused by viruses, allergies, or injury, to name a few. Learn what causes eye infections in pets.
Is your dog sniffling, coughing, itching, or getting sick on the rug? There are dozens and dozens of symptoms that could mean your dog is getting ill. This list of symptoms tells you exactly which illnesses they may be linked to.
Knowing what to watch for is the first step in helping your pet get over an eye infection. Read about the symptoms of eye infections, and what they mean.
Beagles are usually very healthy dogs that have a nice long lifespan. However, they are prone to certain health issues. Learn more about the specific health needs of Beagles here.
Boston Terriers are wonderful life long companions. Learn more about how to deal with this dog's sensitive stomach, breathing problems, and other health issues.
The Boxer is a happy go lucky breed that makes excellent companions with a great sense of loyalty. They can suffer from stomach and breathing problems, among others. Learn more about Boxers here.
Like most dogs that were originally bred to be fighting dogs, the French Bulldog is now a great companion to many pet parents. Learn more about this breed's health concerns here.
Although it can sometimes be difficult to determine the cause of chronic dry eye in dogs, identifying the cause can help you move forward in treatment.
Cocker Spaniels require regular eye maintenance in order to prevent stains. Learn how to maintain your Cocker Spaniel's eyes here.
Eye infections in pets may need to be treated with eye drops, medications, or surgery, depending on the cause of the infection. See what the options are for treating eye infections in pets.
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