The Fucithalmic eye gel is used to treat bacterial eye infections which is also called "bacterial conjunctivitis."
Conjunctivitis means inflammation of the pink fleshy tissue that is under the eye lids.
I am not sure why she would have chronic eye infections at such a young age.
It could be allergic conjunctivitis.
You could try using over the counter zyrtec allergy eye drops.
In addition to the zyrtec allergy eye drops, you could give benadryl by mouth. The dose for oral benadryl is 1 mg of benadryl, per pound of dog, every 12 hours. For example, a 25 pound dog would get 25 mg of benadryl every 12 hours.
You can also try vetrocyn eye drops
If those do not work, I think she needs to have her tear production checked. When the tear production is low, the eyes become dry. Dry eyes cause chronic production of yellow or white mucous. A vet could check her tear production in a few minutes. Then, if her tear production was low, you could use lubricating eye drops or a prescription medication, called cyclosporine, which helps increase tear production.
I hope this helps.
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