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    Default Re: Update on Abbott's eye....

    Quote Originally Posted by Christie H View Post
    Well his stitches were removed today and now we wait...Optomologist said he absolutely doesn't want to do anymore surgeries unless its a last resort.He suggested doing botox to paralyze his lid to keep it from rolling if it keeps up.I'm sooo nervous about that!! And of course our bully would get botox before me.lol So we shall see as time goes on..Cross your paws everyone
    Sorry I can't find your original post regarding his eye surgery.. Hope all is well now.
    Was wondering if it had to do with his folds potentially making him blind? My Chuck needs the same surgery.. We plan to get him fixed and his eye surgery at same time... Thoughts??

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    Sending Prayers and Positive Thoughts for this Precious Baby.

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    Default Re: Update on Abbott's eye....

    Quote Originally Posted by blitz View Post
    Sorry I can't find your original post regarding his eye surgery.. Hope all is well now.
    Was wondering if it had to do with his folds potentially making him blind? My Chuck needs the same surgery.. We plan to get him fixed and his eye surgery at same time... Thoughts??
    They will usually do the surgery for fear of it permanently damaging their corneas.That is a great idea to do both surgeries at the same time.The least amount of times they are put under the better It wasn't about his folds he's actually an Olde English but more about the constant rubbing.

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