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Eye injury

Species: dog | Category: general | Submitted: 10 August 2007 01:49AM | viewed 5326 times
Q Betty asks:

Yorkie, 4 months, 1.7 pounds. Fell off back of couch on to left-side of face. Eye is all red in it.. I put ice on it. Can I do any more till I get her to the vet tomorrow? Please help me..

Q Our vet says: It would be best to take your dog to the vet today. There is not much you can do at home, but you do need to find out how serious this injury is, and the sooner it is treated the better.

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