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Poulsbo, WA 98370

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Opthamology

Dogs and cats may exhibit signs of ocular disease differently, but the following is a list of common symptoms to watch for regarding your pet’s eye health:

  • Squinting or holding eye(s) shut
  • Scratching or rubbing at eye(s)
  • Excessive green or yellow discharge
  • Swelling of the eye(s) or eyelid(s)
  • A change in color, especially cloudiness or redness

The following symptoms are extremely serious and considered an emergency:

  • A very red eye
  • A cloudy or blue eye
  • Bleeding in the eye
  • Blood coming from the eye
  • Foreign object in the eye
  • Severe squinting
  • Swelling of the eye or lids
  • Bulging of the eye itself
  • Sudden trauma to the eye

Please contact us immediately if your pet is experiencing any severe symptoms of eye trauma.

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