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    Thank you for the great tip. I will give Banfield a try and 100% tell them you sent us. They were second on my list. We take our lab to their Ahwatukee location and already have Louis V signed up on their puppy plan. Our lab has been on their wellness plan for 4 years but at my location the vet almost seemed nervous by Louis V. I am pretty sure I can use his puppy plan at any of their locations. In the first couple of weeks when he was so sick I didn't want to keep switching since they knew his condition from the day we got home!! Thanks again always nice to hear what others have experienced.

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    Quote Originally Posted by louisv View Post
    Thank you for the great tip. I will give Banfield a try and 100% tell them you sent us. They were second on my list. We take our lab to their Ahwatukee location and already have Louis V signed up on their puppy plan. Our lab has been on their wellness plan for 4 years but at my location the vet almost seemed nervous by Louis V. I am pretty sure I can use his puppy plan at any of their locations. In the first couple of weeks when he was so sick I didn't want to keep switching since they knew his condition from the day we got home!! Thanks again always nice to hear what others have experienced.
    Great! Let me know how it goes!

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    Will do!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sheshistory View Post
    Great! Let me know how it goes!
    Hi. We are taking Louis V to see Dr Wright on Wednesday. After a long recovery he is finally feeling better. Now I believe he has cherry eye. Poor guy can't get a break. Do you think Dr. Wright is qualified for this? Just really nervous, I have read some scary things about cherry eye! Please let me know your thoughts!

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    Quote Originally Posted by louisv View Post
    Hi. We are taking Louis V to see Dr Wright on Wednesday. After a long recovery he is finally feeling better. Now I believe he has cherry eye. Poor guy can't get a break. Do you think Dr. Wright is qualified for this? Just really nervous, I have read some scary things about cherry eye! Please let me know your thoughts!
    Cherry eye is SUPER common in bulldogs so I am sure Dr. Wright has seen it before. In fact, my bulldog Truman has a cherry eye in one eye that goes in and out pretty infrequently, so it hasn't been a big deal for him or for us, but we did visit the vet to see what he had to say about it. For the most part, cherry eye is a cosmetic thing so try not to worry too, too much and I would proceed with your appointment with Dr. Wright. If you do need to end up fixing the cherry eye, he will likely do what any other vet would do, and refer you to a specialist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sheshistory View Post
    Cherry eye is SUPER common in bulldogs so I am sure Dr. Wright has seen it before. In fact, my bulldog Truman has a cherry eye in one eye that goes in and out pretty infrequently, so it hasn't been a big deal for him or for us, but we did visit the vet to see what he had to say about it. For the most part, cherry eye is a cosmetic thing so try not to worry too, too much and I would proceed with your appointment with Dr. Wright. If you do need to end up fixing the cherry eye, he will likely do what any other vet would do, and refer you to a specialist.
    Good to know, Thank you!!! It just looks so painful :-(

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    Quote Originally Posted by louisv View Post
    Good to know, Thank you!!! It just looks so painful :-(
    Ugh! I know. I freaked out when I saw it on Truman but, in Truman's case and hopefully Louis', once his head fills out more and he matures, it will get better or even go away. Truman had one eye pop out as a puppy and we were advised to wait to see if the other came out or it got better. We also learned how to massage the cherry eye back into place, which is easy once you get the hang of it. Luckily, Truman's other eye never popped out and the eye that did pop out is pretty much a non-issue for him now. But yeah...it's not pretty, is it!?

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