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Old January 10th, 2012, 07:24 AM
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Originally Posted by petdr View Post
Some eye discharge is within normal. Environmental factors, such as cigarette smoke, dust, cleaning solution/paint fumes/etc. can all trigger a reaction--and usually at lower levels than would stimulate tearing in human beings. I would be concerned if the actual globe (the eye ball) were red, the cornea was hazy, or if there was evidence of upper respiratory symptoms, such as coughing/sneezing. If none of these are present, then I would not be

Dr. Van Lienden

Dr. Raymond Van Lienden DVM
The Animal Clinic of Clifton
12702 Chapel Road, Clifton
Virginia, U.S.A. 20124
Hi Dr. Van Lienden,

I am curious if your dog does have red eyes and haivng more excessive eye goop than usual (that isnt green or yellow) what might that indicate? My beagle is experiencing this. We have moved recently to a more dusty and smoky environment too though so this could be it. I did not notice the whites of her eyes being brownish reddish before since her pupils are so large anyway but they could have been. What kind of serious conditions might this be a sign of? thanks for your help.
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