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Conjunctivitis in dogs

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Conjunctivitis in dogs

If your dog has a sore or red eye, or there is discharge from the eye, then it is important to seek veterinary advice. Your dog may have an infection in the eye but a discharge can also be caused by a foreign body (such as a grass seed) caught under the eyelid. It is important that diseases of the eye are treated quickly to prevent any permanent damage being done.

What is conjunctivitis?

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What are the signs of conjunctivitis?

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What are the causes of conjunctivitis?

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How will my veterinarian know if my dog has conjunctivitis?

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Can conjunctivitis be treated?

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Can I manage my dog's treatment at home?

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