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    Default Article: Cherry Eye - What it is and how to treat it

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    hello does any one know what eye drops I use for the swelling of cherry eye the Vet gave me cream and very hard t=o put in Thank You
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    Default Article: Cherry Eye - What it is and how to treat it

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    hello does any one know what eye drops I use for the swelling of cherry eye the Vet gave me cream and very hard t=o put in Thank You
    I can't remember the name. I had 2 drops. One was the "drop" form of th ointment and the other drop stung his eye.
    BUT- what I did to place the ointment was to straddle him and sorta "choke hold" him- but not tight or anything, just so I could have control over his body and head. Rest one side of his head on my arm and just quickly squirt the ointment on his eyelid. Then just rub it in. But he's pretty used to me messing with his eyes, as I was always massaging the cherry back in. Ultimately nothing helped and after 2 failed tacks, we just got it removed. No issues since.


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    Hi, I used over the counter Refresh eye drops from the drug store. I used these drops just to keep the eye moist and keep it from drying out and getting irritated until we had it repaired.
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    Thank You I"ll keep trying I know I will have surgery for him just trying to make him feel better. He is my 3rd bullie I was very lucky with the other ones never any health problems both lived till 12 years I am a litter older now but I had to have a bullie.

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