• Cherry Eye In Dogs: Symptoms, Treatment Options & Causes

    8 days ago - By Canine Journal

    It may come as a surprise to us humans, but dogs have three eyelids. This third eyelid is called the nictitating membrane, or nictitans. It emerges from the inside corner of the lower eyelid to cover the eye diagonally, serving as an additional lubricating barrier to protect the fragile surface of the eye. Let's learn more about cherry eye, possible treatment options, and what causes the condition to begin with.
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  • Folliculitis In Dogs: Symptoms, Treatment & Prevention

    8 days ago - By Canine Journal

    Folliculitis is a common skin condition in dogs. Folliculitis means ‘inflammation of the hair follicle,' and it has a variety of causes, most of which require veterinary treatment. Inflammation of the hair follicle can lead to swelling, redness, itchiness, and pain. This article will explore what causes folliculitis, how to spot the signs of it, and how to get rid of folliculitis in dogs to get your pup itch-free and back to full health faster.
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