December 9, 2022

4 thoughts on “Eye Proptosis in Dogs

  1. Oh Caudia, that is sad news. At least you were there and able to get Harvey to the vet straight away (yes, emergencies are always out of hours!). He’s got the best chance he can have and with your care, attention and knowledge things should be under control. Big hugs to you and kisses for Harvey. Hope to hear good news in a day or two.

    1. Thank you! It’s been an awfully difficult time for everyone,including Oreo ,who is feeling extremely sympathetic towards Harvey.We will keep you updated on Harvey’s vision, after his suture removal in a few weeks.So sad and unbelievable that this sort of thing could happen within a few minutes!

  2. It is heartbreaking I know! This just happened to our 9 year old cocker spaniel. Fortunately, we were able to get him to the emergency clinic right away. The vet was able to replace his eye back into the orbit. The vet said he may not regain vision. We are so scared for him. He is running into things and hates wearing his collar. Did your dog, Harvey, recover his vision?

  3. How did your pup turn out? Our dog recently went under tarsorrhaphy surgery and slowly recovering. Stitched eye seems to be getting swollen even though we are giving her medicine for inflammation and pain. It’s tough seeing her like this… Dr supposed to be removing stitch in 10 days… we’re there any additional supplements you had given your dog to help her recover quicker? We’ve just started feeding her a diet with real foods. Appreciate any advice you could offer as I’ve tried searching online for info on treatment after surgery and haven’t found much.

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