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Should I worry if my dogs eyes are red? Bloodshot eyes can be the result of a variety of causes, some very minor and some much more serious that require immediate veterinary attention. The red discoloration of your dog’s eye(s) is due to the infiltration of blood vessels to either a small, irritated part of the eye or a more generalized condition.
How do I treat my dogs red eyes? Use a dog eyewash or saline solution to flush out your dog’s eye. You may need to put an Elizabethan collar on your pup to keep him from scratching and pawing at his eye. It is best to have your pup’s eye checked by a vet to make sure everything is clear.
What makes my dog’s eyes red? Eye redness, swelling, and discharge can be caused by irritation, injury, trauma, or underlying medical issues like hyperthyroidism, diabetes, and some cancers. Whether your dog’s eyes are red and droopy, bloodshot, weepy, or red around the edges, here are some of the most common causes for red eyes in dogs.
What does dog eye infection look like? Symptoms of Eye Infections in Dogs
Redness of the eye or surrounding the eye. Swelling around eye. Watery discharge or tearing. Thick, smelly discharge.