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Ask the Vet About Corneal Ulcers in Dogs and Cats

Corneal Ulcers in Dogs and Cats
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Ask the Vet About Corneal Ulcers in Dogs and Cats
MichaelDym, V.M.D.
Michael Dym, V.M.D.
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As a practicing veterinarian, Dr. Dym has over 19 years of experience and dedication to enhancing the overall health and well-being of pets. His commitment and passion for pet health continuously drives him to learn more about the art and science of homeopathy through ongoing training and education.

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Date: Feb 6, 2017
Category: Corneal Ulcers
Pet Type: Dog
Topic: corneal edema

Question:our dog was diagnosed with corneal edema , after a few days of medication he was able to open his eye, this was about three weeks ago and still today his eye is enlarged, the vet said he could go see a specialist or live with it, the enlargement is concerning to look at , is this the only option, and will it affect his vision?

Answer: If the cornea is damaged, or if there is increased pressure in the eye, this can affect a pets vision and all around comfort. It's best if you take your pet to an eye specialist in your area. Dr. Daniel, Veterinary

Date: Jan 18, 2017
Category: Corneal Ulcers
Pet Type: Dog
Topic: Medication not working

Question:Hello, I took my 5 year old Pit Bull to be seen for cloudy eyes and a red spot on his eye which I found out was an ulcer from a scratch if I'm not mistaken. This was on 12-23-16 and again on 01-06-17. I was prescribed Vetropolycin ointment and Carprofen however I don't think that the ointment is making his eye any better. Is there a stronger medicine I can give him? I was looking at Can-C eye drops for dogs however I am no professional and would like some advice. Thank you for your input.

Answer:I would not recommend that you make any eye care decisions on your own at home when dealing with a corneal eye ulcer as that could be risky. Best to return to vet for recheck and restain of eye, as he or she best qualified to make decision about changing eye antibiotics, etc. She may have other issue here such as condition called deep or indolent ulcer, which may need other approach such as flap surgery, etc


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