My 5month Old Staffordshire Bull Terrier Has Very Red Eyes What Causes This?


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What is age of your dog? What other symptoms your dog is showing? Staffordshire Bull Terrier are more prone to develop cataract that is opacity in the lens of the eye. Cataract can cause redness and inflammation of the eyes and blindness. Unfortunately, no treatments are available for cataracts in dogs.

Other reasons of eye redness in dogs are entrapped foreign material like hair, allergy to smoke, inflammation of the conjunctiva caused by bacteria or virus, glaucoma, and problems in the eyelids and eyelashes, high blood pressure and eye scratching due to irritation.

You should clean your dog's eyes with water and take him to vet for complete eye examination and most accurate treatment.

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