Schedule an eye exam with your vet if you suspect contractive conjunctivitis in your dog. Dogs recover fully with early treatment.
After the exam, your vet will decide on treatment. Eye drops and medicines are generally used for bacterial infections, which release toxins into the body.
If your dog has allergic conjunctivitis, prescribe an antihistamine. Antihistamines can stop allergic reactions quickly.
Trouble getting eye drops into your dog's eye? Fear not! Use good associations for your dog.
Treat him or give him his favorite toy before and after applying the eyedrops so he knows he's in for something special and is willing to assist in the medicine process.
A dog with foreign material-induced conjunctivitis may need invasive surgery under general anesthesia or sedation. Blocked or inadequate tear ducts may require a particular surgery.
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