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Old 12-13-2013, 01:51 AM   #1 (permalink)
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so Luna's left eye is all red ? just noticed today when I got home from work ..


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I'd probably recommend calling the vet right away, or as soon as they are open.
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Old 12-14-2013, 02:44 AM   #3 (permalink)
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we went to the vet today and he told me it's really from her rough play or the fact that the ran into the Christmas tree !!!! also because when she's out she pulls so much to the point that I'm probably choking her which I don't mean to but now I will use more like a harness thang something that won't hurt her ..


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yeah blunt trauma , dogs running and getting a whack from some low hanging branch -- been there -- for eye irritation Vetericyn is safe to spritz into eye for conjuctive , irritation , (unless you have retinal tear) -- also available Vetericyn Ocular gel Vetericyn Animal Ophthalmic Gel - Vetericyn Available Online from petco.com

Traumeel puts out a Oculoheel eye drops which help the eye heel.
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these things are handy to have in a kit --
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thanks yea we went to the vet and he gave us eyes drops ! hope it heels quick


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you know if she's choking. there's no probably. don't depend
on a harness or a certain collar to stop her from pulling. train
her to heel and loose leash walk. when my dog's eye had a problem
i took him to a specialist.

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we went to the vet today and he told me it's really from her rough play or the fact that the ran into the Christmas tree !!!!

>>>>> also because when she's out she pulls so much to the point that I'm probably choking her which I don't mean to but now I will use more like a harness thang something that won't hurt her .. <<<<<


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Old 12-14-2013, 02:11 PM   #7 (permalink)
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ok thanks will do !


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