What level would describe a dog's eye?
Answer . It can be any of an number of things. If it persists more than a day, you may want to take it to a vet. Tears, if it is clear fluid, then thy could just be trying… to clean out an irritant. But, if is white, puss, then it is a sign of general inflammation and could be more serious, so take it to a vet soon . If it is green/yellow in color, then it most likely is a bacterial infection and would require immediate medical attention.
it could be from a bee sting or a bug bite
Injury due to a blow or running into something might cause it, as might getting something in it. Also, an infection of some kind my cause this. See your animal care provider A…SAP. Health issues like this aren't very "treatable" by pet owners, and a delay my cost the animal part or all of his vision in that eye.. If finances are an issue, call around and make arrangements. A number of vets will work with you. Should you be fortunate enough to live near a veterinary school (which almost certainly has a teaching hospital as an adjunct), by all means call them. They'll be less expensive and they do exceptional work. Also, the veterinary students who staff the clinic (under the supervision of one or more senior residents and a credentialed veterinarian) need training opportunities. It's a win-win-win for your dog, for you and for the veterinary school.
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Its Out Of A Organ , A Tissue , A Organism , Or A Organ System .
Probably because it either has an infection or somethings wrong with it. Ask a veteran if necessary.
u should call the vet.
The focal point is in front of the retina
It has to be either tired or sick... you might wanna take him to the vet if they stay dilated.
There can be various reasons, infection and something stuck in the eye are most common. Whatever the cause, he needs a vet now.
Through My Dog's Eyes was created in 2008-08.