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Is it all day or mostly in the morning after waking up?
Is there any redness to the white of the eye or the inner eyelid?
Is he/ she rubbing them a lot? On a range of one to ten, one being no rubbing and ten being constant rubbing.
Is there any haziness to the cornea of the eye or is it clear?
I don't know
It sounds like it is likely due to debris or allergies. There are a few things we can try but if there is no change over the weekend I would advise you to have your dog examined by a veterinarian for more aggressive treatment.
Can you see through the middle of the eye or is there haziness to it?
I DON., KNOW
For allergies: 1 mg/ pound benadryl every 8 hours to decrease the discharge and saline flush for contact lenses every 12 hours to flush out any debris in the eyes
WOULD THE DYE IN THE FOOD BE THE CAUSE
Likely to be allergies if both eyes are affected so I would recommend trying to treat as if it is and if there is no change over the weekend, have your dog examined for possibly more aggressive topical treatment
Does this make sense?