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    Hi guys,

    I have a three month puppy, he waked up two minutes ago, and I found it showed little pink in his eye with some tears. is that normal? should I take him to see the vet? I will post some pics.

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    Here are some pics. I saw his red eye (only left eye, same situation for today) once before when he exhaust and prepare to sleep. is it a big issue? -issue-jpg-issue2-jpg
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    It depends, it could be a allergy ? What kind of food are you feeding him? It could just be an irritation, did you check to see if he has anything in his eye, hair? Or it could be the start of cherry eye, my female Blossom had teary eyes it seems from the day I got her. At 5 months old she developed cherry eye, and we fixed it at the same time as we spayed her at 7 months old. If it isn't allergy related, then a vet check wouldn't hurt to rule out anything else. Hopefully she doesn't develop cherry eye.

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    Oh , now that I actually saw the pictures, that is definitely cherry eye. It can be fixed, ask your vet. But don't rush to fix it yet, because she is only 3 months old. I fixed Blossoms eye when she was 7 months old when she was spayed. I thought she was free and clear for her other eye, but the other one came out 3 months after the first one. She is having surgery, on Fri Nov 9 th to have it repaired. Here is a picture of Blossoms eye.-image-jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vikinggirl View Post
    It depends, it could be a allergy ? What kind of food are you feeding him? It could just be an irritation, did you check to see if he has anything in his eye, hair? Or it could be the start of cherry eye, my female Blossom had teary eyes it seems from the day I got her. At 5 months old she developed cherry eye, and we fixed it at the same time as we spayed her at 7 months old. If it isn't allergy related, then a vet check wouldn't hurt to rule out anything else. Hopefully she doesn't develop cherry eye.
    He had Natural Balance Ultra Premium Formula right now. Could I use eye drop? I do not know whether it is cherry eye or not, we just visit vet last week, and she said my puppy is in a great condition.

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    I used refresh eye drops on her eye just to keep it moist, and the vet said that was ok to use. There is a good article on cherry eye on this website, you should read it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vikinggirl View Post
    I used refresh eye drops on her eye just to keep it moist, and the vet said that was ok to use. There is a good article on cherry eye on this website, you should read it.
    Thanks a lot!

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    Your welcome, did you get my picture of my Blossoms eye?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vikinggirl View Post
    Your welcome, did you get my picture of my Blossoms eye?
    Yup. I saw it.

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    Does it look the same as your pups eye?

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    it looks like cherry eye to me Franklin gets a red eye but it doesn't have that bump that's cherry eye -imag0801-jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vikinggirl View Post
    Does it look the same as your pups eye?
    Yeah, I think so, but he is fine right now.

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