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PostSubject: blood red eye    blood red eye  EmptyWed Dec 28, 2016 9:48 am

hello i have a 10 month old husky named zeus and the past 2 months or so he has been getting what looks like a cherry eye on his left eye the first time it accured i took him to my local vet and he said it wasnt a cherry eye and gave me some drop to put in it after a few days it went away but it has came back like 3 more times since then so i [ut more eye drops in it and 3 days later its gone does any one know why his eyes could be doing this?
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PostSubject: Re: blood red eye    blood red eye  EmptyWed Dec 28, 2016 12:04 pm

Recurring conjunctivitis isn't that common among *our* furry friends (more common in Poodles and spaniels, according to the web) however since it is recurring, you need to find out the cause and then determine a corrective approach.

Take a look at WebMD (one of my favourite spots for these type of problems, btw) note that it has an autoplay video so you might want to check your volume level.

I think, at this time, my response would have to be to go back to the vet. A response of "it's not cherry eye" (red eye / pink eye all synonyms for conjunctivitis) would have me asking "Well, if it's not pink eye then what is it and how do we stop it?" Since there are many things it could be - some minor and some, apparently, potentially much more severe - your vet might suggest a visit to a veterinarian optometrist.

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PostSubject: Re: blood red eye    blood red eye  EmptyWed Dec 28, 2016 12:15 pm

I agree. The cause needs to be found. You could treat the symptom for years potentially and I'm sure that's not what you or zeus wants. There are a range of things that could be causing it, from food allergy, to an allergy to something on a toy or carpet that he rubs his eye on, to something potentially stuck in the slime coat of his eye that flairs up sometimes. If your vet can at least narrow down the cause we might be able to help if it's an allergy and you need suggestions on new products to try.

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