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Dog Dry Eyes

…a dog’s eyes. This is due to the lack of aqueous tear production. This discharge is also common with , which can lead to a misdiagnosis and treatment in dogs. Another primary symptom of dry eyes in dogs is the dull, opaque appearance in the eye. For an animal with normal producing tear glands, the eyes will appear as if they were glistening. Recurring episodes of pink eye, or conjunctivitis, are also common with dry eyes. If left untreated, Dog

Dog Pink Eye

…to strike dogs is Conjunctivitis, otherwise known as Dog Pinkeye. Much like the name indicates, this condition can be easily recognized by the pronounced pink color of the afflicted dogs eye. The eye will take on the appearance of being severely bloodshot or irritated. While minor irritations and debris in the eye can often cause a similar symptom, Pinkeye tends to last for several days to a week or more. Along with the pronounced pink color in…

Cat Dry Eyes

…also common with pink eye, which can lead to a misdiagnosis and incorrect treatment in cats. Another primary symptom of dry eyes in cats is the dull, opaque appearance in the eye. For an animal with normal producing tear glands, the eyes will appear to glisten. Recurring episodes of , or conjunctivitis, are also common with dry eyes. If left untreated, blindness is likely to occur.Diagnosis of Dry Eyes To properly diagnose dry eyes, the volume of…

Cat Fleas

…anemia. Furthermore, these insects are also capable of transmitting diseases and tapeworms to your pet. For these reasons, and also in order to prevent your cat from suffering through unnecessary misery, its important to catch a flea infestation as early on as possible so that it can be promptly and effectively dealt with. When keeping an eye out for a possible flea problem, there are a number of telltale signs and symptoms that will serve as red…

Cat Ear Infections

…the discharge for inspection under a microscope. This method is called an ear cytology and allows for the identification of ear mites, yeast, or bacteria that could be the agent that has given rise to the infection. When the type of ear infection present and the causative agent have been identified, your veterinarian will then help you to implement an appropriate treatment plan.Pathophysiology Healthy feline ears are light pink in colour, clean,…

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