Pet Eye Infections


Pet Eye Infections Treated at Stanton Pet Hospital

Your pet brings you joy every day, and you, in turn, make sure they are well-fed and well-loved. You also make sure they are safe and well. So, what happens when you notice them rubbing their eyes, or you see a discharge oozing out one corner that doesn’t appear to be normal? These, along with other signs, may indicate an eye infection of some kind. This is when you need to call your veterinarian. Our team here at Stanton Pet Hospital in Stanton, CA, is ready to help by diagnosing and treating pet eye infections and their underlying causes.

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Signs of Pet Eye Infection

Pet eye infections cause different signs and symptoms, so it is important to pay close attention to how your pet acts just as much as how their eyes look. Here are signs to look for:

  • pawing and rubbing of the eyes
  • swelling around the eyes
  • redness
  • cloudy iris
  • discharge, which may be thick or thin, green or yellow
  • appearing to be dizzy when walking

So, what does this all mean? Why is your pet experiencing these signs? There are many possibilities that our veterinarian will consider.

What Causes Pet Eye Infections?

Pet eye infections have several causes. These causes include blocked tear ducts, which lead to insufficient moisture in the eye. Pet eye infections can also be caused by allergies and medical issues such as corneal ulcers. Other causes are infectious organisms like calicivirus (FCV), chlamydia, and herpes.

How Can Stanton Pet Hospital Help?

Since pet eye infections have various causes, you must bring your pet in for an examination by a veterinarian as soon as you notice any of these signs. Left untreated, eye infections can worsen, causing your pet to suffer from vision distortion or loss. Our veterinarian will perform a full examination, assessing all possible causes of your pet’s eye infection, before providing appropriate treatment options. These treatment options include eye drops, or possible surgery if your pet’s tear ducts are blocked.

Pet Eye Infection Treatment in Stanton, CA

If you have noticed any of the signs of an eye infection in your pet, contact us here at Stanton Pet Hospital to make an appointment with our veterinarian.  We care about your pet’s health and will provide optimal healthcare for all medical and wellness issues. Give us a call or request an appointment online today.

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