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my pegineses left eye got swollen and popped out socket this

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my peginese's left eye got swollen and popped out socket this morning after I sent them( have 3 different dogs) out to pee at backyard. I dont know what happened to her (fighting or allerge). What can I do to mend her eye? I can afford to send her to visit vet.
Hello! My name is XXXXX XXXXX it will be my pleasure to help you with your dog today.

How long has the eye been out of the socket?

May I ask what your zip code is?

Customer: replied 3 years ago.

about 10 -12 hours, 77459.

Customer: replied 3 years ago.


10-12 hours, 77459

Thanks for the additional information Frank. I appreciate it.

This is absolutely, positively NOT something you can treat at home. At this point, if the eye has been out of the socket for that long, your dog needs medical treatment. It actually may be too late to save the eye at this point, but seeing a vet is what HAS to happen.

I understand that you(like so many other people) are in a hard financial spot right now. There are some organizations that might be able to help. If you'll follow these links: http://www.speakingforspot.com/helppayingforveterinarycare.html , http://www.theamericandogmag.com/non-profit/resources-veterinary-bills-financial-assistance, you'll find dozens and dozens of organizations that may be able to help pay for you to take your dog to the vet. Also, there are some clinics who offer free exams and other treatments and require that you only pay for medications. If you'll follow this link: http://www.vcahospitals.com/main/offer , you can see if there is one in your area.

Please do not hesitate to have your little dog seen. Not only is the dog likely to lose the eye at this point, but this is incredibly painful.
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Hi Frank,

I'm just following up on our conversation about Joy. How is everything going?

Lisa