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Old 06-20-2009, 10:09 PM   #1 (permalink)
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RED EYES?

I'm going to come off sounding like a fool on this one... But are red eyes a sign of allergies???

Just like any other puppy, Chino loves to play outside. He is 17 weeks and UTD on all of his shots..

He doesn't have any food allergies that I am aware of... But lately his eyes have just been red.. Day in and out..

Any guesses as to why?
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Old 06-20-2009, 10:32 PM   #2 (permalink)
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max's eyes are always red sometimes with discharge...the vet attributed it to allergies. he comes to work with me and its pretty dusty. i often get accused of getting my dog high haha
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No dust where I work, and no discharge. So what is it that your dog is allergic to?
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No dust where I work, and no discharge. So what is it that your dog is allergic to?
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I'm going to come off sounding like a fool on this one... But are red eyes a sign of allergies???

Just like any other puppy, Chino loves to play outside. He is 17 weeks and UTD on all of his shots..

He doesn't have any food allergies that I am aware of... But lately his eyes have just been red.. Day in and out..

Any guesses as to why?
Tell him to lay off the weed. Sheesh Chino! JUSSSSTTTT kidding. I know allergy season is really bad for a lot of people right now...so maybe baby Chino is experiencing allergies? Sounds plausible.
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In my case with Lilbit it don't have anything to do with allergies, hell she can just see a collar and gets all red eyed in the house, shes just high strung and knows shes going out and you best be holding on LOL
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It may also be dry eye. One of my dogs get very dry and we use a moisture ointment every now and again. It's basically a thick saline so it moisturizes, doesn't hurt and protects them from wind and such. With her, if she stares into the fan for a few, she starts getting pink much less if it is windy outside! LOL
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Lucy gets red eyes when shes pissed or when she shes fixated on the flirt.
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Are we talking about the actual eyes here or the skin surrounding the eyes?

Loki gets it around his eyes after exercise. I think it's just like a "flush" of the skin from excitement.
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I'm going to come off sounding like a fool on this one... But are red eyes a sign of allergies???

Just like any other puppy, Chino loves to play outside. He is 17 weeks and UTD on all of his shots..

He doesn't have any food allergies that I am aware of... But lately his eyes have just been red.. Day in and out..

Any guesses as to why?
I asked my doctor the same thing and he told me allergies. I notice it especially after cutting grass... The vet also said that he'll grow out of it and that he'll build immunity to it. Diesels eyes aren't as red as they used to be. He told me that when he turns a year old, then would be the time to start worrying about it. then he'll have to take allergy medicine then.
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Capris eyes seem to get a little red but when shes outside a lot she gets a lot of eye boogies lately..i would assume allergies especially since she sneezes a bunch to sometimes
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My dogs eyes get red when they're overly excited or hot. I don't see it as allergies if it's just the eyes and they're not watering or look dry.
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Lucy gets red eyes when shes pissed or when she shes fixated on the flirt.
Lol...He does get it when he plays alot with his flirt pole... Interesting!

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In my case with Lilbit it don't have anything to do with allergies, hell she can just see a collar and gets all red eyed in the house, shes just high strung and knows shes going out and you best be holding on LOL
I don't really see it happening all of a sudden, I guess it's just that I was trying to take some pictures on my phone of him giving me the sad puppy face and I noticed it.. But I'll try and see if anything specific triggers it!

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It may also be dry eye. One of my dogs get very dry and we use a moisture ointment every now and again. It's basically a thick saline so it moisturizes, doesn't hurt and protects them from wind and such. With her, if she stares into the fan for a few, she starts getting pink much less if it is windy outside! LOL
I thought about this. It's very windy in Oklahoma. We have a/c blowing pretty cold and not alot of fans in the house. I wear contacts and direct air makes mine itch, burn and turn red so this makes sense.

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Are we talking about the actual eyes here or the skin surrounding the eyes?

Loki gets it around his eyes after exercise. I think it's just like a "flush" of the skin from excitement.
Not the skin, it's definitely in the eyes.. I'd be a little worried as inflammation in the skin is normally sign of infection, correct? I mean I might be wrong...I'm no vet

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I asked my doctor the same thing and he told me allergies. I notice it especially after cutting grass... The vet also said that he'll grow out of it and that he'll build immunity to it. Diesels eyes aren't as red as they used to be. He told me that when he turns a year old, then would be the time to start worrying about it. then he'll have to take allergy medicine then.
I haven't asked the doctor about it yet... I figured if it's common enough, or if there's a home remedy on here that someone knows I'd try that. I didn't know age mattered much.. Now that I think about it, my buddy who I got Chino from cuts his grass a lot and Champs eyes get red when he's been out a couple hours.

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Capris eyes seem to get a little red but when shes outside a lot she gets a lot of eye boogies lately..i would assume allergies especially since she sneezes a bunch to sometimes
No eye boogers... Well some when he wakes up but theyre not a nasty color or anything. I just wipe them off and he doesnt have them unless he's just waking up in the morning.

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My dogs eyes get red when they're overly excited or hot. I don't see it as allergies if it's just the eyes and they're not watering or look dry.
Makes sense. Kind of like what Marty said.... They don't water, and they really don't LOOK dry... The moisture seems to be consistent, but liek I said before Im going to start watching for certain activities that trigger it



Thanks so much everyone. I wasn't freakin out or anything, but it's just something I hadn't given much thought. He's right next to me happier than a clam... Tired with a little bit of pink in his eyes.
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In my case with Lilbit it don't have anything to do with allergies, hell she can just see a collar and gets all red eyed in the house, shes just high strung and knows shes going out and you best be holding on LOL
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Not the skin, it's definitely in the eyes.. I'd be a little worried as inflammation in the skin is normally sign of infection, correct? I mean I might be wrong...I'm no vet
It's not inflammation, just a flush of color, kind of like how we blush. I have a solid white cat w/ a pink nose and when he plays his nose will turn brighter pink. Same concept.
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