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Can you please attach a pic?
This is a substantial corneal ulcer that does need to be treated. Eyes are very firmly secured within the eye socket and require a very delicate surgery to remove it. From what I can see, this does look like it needs to be enucleated (removed). If you are not able to travel, I would consider searching for a mobile vet in the area who can come to you.
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Some guinea pigs are very stoic about pain, so this may be the reason to unchanged energy and appetite. This is good news as it may take some time to find someone who can help.If you'll share what city in PA you reside, I may be able to assist finding a vet who sees GP's.
Give me about 30 minutes. Let me see what I can find. I may need the luck! lol
15 mins from Brownsville, PA: http://www.fayettevet.net/id-1319Next closest is 1 hour: http://www.pleasanthillspethospital.com
That's what it says online. That could be incorrect, but that's what google says. Certainly call them tomorrow and confirm.