Features May 2014 Issue

Tips & Tricks to Giving Your Dog Eye Medication

There are many conditions that require treatment with eye drops or ointments. Don’t be daunted! It’s not as difficult to do as your dog might want you to think it is.

Tips & Tricks to Giving Your Dog Eye Medication

Tips and tricks of administering prescribed eye drops or ointments, without a battle.

Eye drops and ointments are prescribed for a variety of ocular conditions in dogs, including glaucoma, corneal ulcers, and recovery from cataract surgery. Even a minor eye infection like conjunctivitis – what the kids in your grade-school days called “pink eye” – can require regular administration of drops.

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