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 Post subject: ideas?
 Post Posted: Wed Apr 28, 2010 6:23 pm 
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I noticed yesterday that Colts eye was blood shot. I just thought he had hurt it playing with Ben somehow. I checked it this morning before I went to work and it looked the same. Tonight I noticed his other eye looks the same too. They are not draining or seem to bother him. I am going to keep an eye on it for a few days before I worry. Anyone else ran across this? Heres a few pics.

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 Post Posted: Wed Apr 28, 2010 9:35 pm 
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Not that I have noticed.


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Ouch! That looks painful, but I bet he's acting like he doesn't even notice. I've never seen that before, Rob.

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It's gotta be a burst blood vessel from whacking his head into stuff. I've seen it one eye of a friend's dog before. I think he got it from being tied in the yard and trying to get a nest of squirrels in the tree next to him. He kept hitting the end of the lead so hard he actually burst blood vessels.

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??? I have no idea!?? He is his normal self. I called the vet today and they said just keep an eye on it. They did say I could put drops in it, but there is NO WAY he is going to stay still to put drops in!

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Yeah, I thought about telling you to put eye drops in them, but then thought better of that idea!!
I could just see the house all being torn apart trying to get him still, hold his eye open and them drop the drop in. If you got one in, it would be the last one, I bet!!

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