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my dog who is an 11 year old spaniel has an wart on his eyelid.
my dog who is an 11 year old spaniel has an wart on his eyelid. as he has heart failue my vet will not risk surgery and has given me some drops to put in his eye to stop it irritating him or becoming infected.Is there anything i can put on his eye to get rid of the wart some website suggest human wart treatments but I couldnt put this on in case it goes in his eye.Natrasil dog wart lotion is herbal would this be suitable to use
my corgi has had a pin head size little flesh colored bump
my corgi has had a pin head size little flesh colored bump on the edge of his top eyelid right up against his eye for a few weeks I thought maybe it was just a little mole that has come from age but tonight I notice the area swollen and pink
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My husky girl had chalazions removed from her eyelid yesterday
My husky girl had chalazions removed from her eyelid yesterday afternoon. She is not happy with the cone on her head and the stitches on her eyelid and is just laying around. When I take her out to urinate she won't squat and pee. She just walks next to me and wants to go back in the house and lay on her bed. I got her to drink a cup of water but it doesn't seem to matter.
We have a 13 year old sheltie. Female. Spayed. She has a
We have a 13 year old sheltie. Female. Spayed. She has a small bump on the edge of her eye lid. It has been there for about three months. Sometimes it gets larger. Sometimes it has seemed to disappear. Yesterday at the vet, the doctor said she needed to have it removed surgically or she would probably get a corneal ulcer from the irritation. The bump is fairly small, like a grain of barley. I am concerned about putting a 13 year old dog under a general anesthetic. Do you know of other options?
during treatment for a corneal ulcer the opthamologist discoveredView more dog veterinary questions
during treatment for a corneal ulcer the opthamologist discovered several chalazia in the same eye. he said the should be removed. the ulcer is healed and she is not showing any signs of discomfort. She's not rubbing or scratching her eyes. my question: what is the benefit of putting her through surgery when she doesn't show signs of discomfort? I should mention that another 1 has appeared in 5 days since she saw the vet. So if she has the surgery won't they just keep coming back? Are these common for a lhaso apso?