Post # 1
My poor pup’s left eye has been red for the two days. I thought the groomer maybe got shampoo into his eye, and have been wiping it with a warm towel, but I woke up this morning and he was shivering despite being 77 degrees in the bedroom and under covers and couldn’t open his left eye. I called the vet immediately, and they squeezed him in. Over an hour later, we found out that he has an eye ulcer and has to be on treatment for 7 days. Vet said he’s shaking because he’s in a lot of pain. Poor thing. I feel terrible for him. I hope he feels better by Christmas.
Post # 2
Poor pup! Hope he feels better in time for Santa!
Post # 3
- Wedding: September 2012 - Southern California
Oh no, poor guy! That sure sounds scary and painful!
Post # 4
Aw, poor pup! I’ll bet when the meds kick in he’ll feel better quick! You’re an awesome mom to have brought him in so fast. He’s a super cute, lil’ guy
Post # 5
Is he on eye drops? How old is he? When I rescued my dog he had inverted eyelids on one eye that were so bad (and he been untreated for so long) his entire eyeball was white from ulceration and his eyeball was bleeding and close to rupture! It took a lot of eyedrops (four different kinds 12 times a day to start and they scraped the ulcer to open it) and four entropion operations but he only has a slight scar on the eyeball now. His was very severe. So don’t worry it will heal! it’s probably likely he scratched his eye somehow either on something or he scratched it or even a bit of fur got in there and that caused the ulcer he will heal quickly. But make sure the fur around his eyes is pushed back and out the way for him.
Post # 6
HUGS for you both!
I hope he gets feeling better soon. So sorry you are both miserable over this!
Post # 7
Thanks, bees. My dog walker told me that my pup is not his normal self. He barely walked and won’t eat his food and is in bed. He’s normally bouncing off the walls and scarfing down his food. Poor thing. 🙁
Post # 8
Lots of cuddles and treats!! Poor guy, hope he’s managing okay, it’s so hard to see them in pain.