|Barked: Fri Mar 28, '08 7:10pm PST |
|Jayna had a form of infection when we got her. We think the breeder got dye in her eye from the multiple times he tried to tatoo her (none of which took).
All of my shelties get allergies in the spring. They get lovely whitish/greenish goobies in their eyes, which eventually goes away. I also have drops to put in when they are bad.
If you are asking if there is a better way to give the drops, I find that kneeling on the floor, put the dog between your knees, but closest to you. Tip their head back towards you, bringing the snout up. With one hand, hold the snout in your head, and use a finger or thumb to pull the skin abit around the eye. Use the other hand to squeeze in the drops. If you are quick it works great. They don't really get it. Give them a cookie right after. It also allows you to control their body, and if they try to get away, there is still more body to grab!
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