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Pet Eye Care

Your pets eyes need to be checked regularly by your Vet. Learning proper eye care will prevent unfortunate injuries and possible infections from damaging your pets eyes.  Discuss any concerns you may have with your Vet.

You Can:

  • Keep long hair trimmed from the eyes.  
  • Carefully check for redness, swelling, discharge, foreign objects.
  • Call you Vet if any of the above are noticed.
  • When driving in the car it is 'customary' for the dog to hang its head out of the window.  This could put your dog at risk for an eye injury due to objects flying up off the street, tree branches, or other low hanging objects. 

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