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    Yay so glad she is ok. Good job

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    Quote Originally Posted by jodimiller View Post
    So I called a vet 2 towns over who agreed to check out Boomer....seems he had an eye scratch...applied some drops and sent some home with us have to apply the drops 4 times a day for the next 3 days. He said that it wasn't sever(sp) and that most likely would of healed on its on. But me i'd rather be safe then sorry! So glad I went!
    So glad you went too! Eye injuries can worsen quickly if not treated. I'm happy she is home n I really hope she feels better soon! Good call to take her on your part!

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    Just wanted to update on Boomer! He is bright eyed and curly tail this morning! So happy for him! Although the scratch is now noticeable where it wasn't before...doesn't seem to be bothering him at all!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jodimiller View Post
    Just wanted to update on Boomer! He is bright eyed and curly tail this morning! So happy for him! Although the scratch is now noticeable where it wasn't before...doesn't seem to be bothering him at all!!!
    So glad he is getting better! Keep putting the medicine in n he will be back to normal in no time!

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    Glad to hear Boomer is getting better.
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    I am glad you are seeing improvement already. The eye is the fastest healing organ of the body so it should only be a few days until it is all better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jodimiller View Post
    Just wanted to update on Boomer! He is bright eyed and curly tail this morning! So happy for him! Although the scratch is now noticeable where it wasn't before...doesn't seem to be bothering him at all!!!
    YAY!!!! Glad that he is feeling better. Just like humans you can't normally see the scratch until it is healing so that maybe a good sign that you can now see it. I just scratched my eye last week hurts like hell LOL
    Funny story to cheer you up. I work at an Eye Clinic and when we first got Loki I thought that he may be blind, so what do I do I bring him to work and have the doctor look in his eyes to see if he could see anything. Everything was fine but because his wrinkles on the side of his eyes were so big they blocked a lot of his peripheral vision
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