|Barked: Sat Sep 14, '13 1:09pm PST |
|Toto, no he did not test for dry eye I am assuming if we have to go back it may be something he might test though. I am actually headed to the grocers in a bit so I am going to purchase some of the ointment you mentioned. Or maybe the drops as well. Thanks for the heads up on that. Luckily, Peter is pretty good about me putting the drops in his eye, he doesn't fuss or anything.
Scooter, my vet didn't really give me a 100% diagnosis just ruled out glaucoma and scratches on the cornea. He said it could be allergies caused by any number of things, pollens, environmental, stuff and sprays in the house, smoke, just a number of things. Said we'll have to keep an eye on it (no pun intended)
The Neomycin drops have some really good reviews online. They are an anti-inflammatory type drop but expensive. I paid $47 for them at the vet only to find out I could have gotten them cheaper online.
My vet also said I might have to get a referral to an opthamologist if it gets worse or does not clear up. I'm hoping it doesn't come to that!!
I just think it's weird that one day it's fine or for a few days it's fine then it just gets irritated/pink again.
Edited to add: Toto, he does not have any mucous but has like clear tearing a little in that eye. Not much but I notice his fur a little wet by the eye and it's clear and non-odorous.
Edited by author Sat Sep 14, '13 1:11pm PST
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