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bloodshot eyes in dog

Species: dog | Category: general | Submitted: 19 April 2007 03:29PM | viewed 5121 times
Q Thressa asks:

My dog ran into a glass door a couple days ago and he now has bloodshot eyes, is this something to be worried about?

Q Our vet says: It would be wise to get his eyes checked just in case there may be a small splinter of glass in his eye.

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