Updated: Sep 11, 2022
April 29, 2022
George Jetson lived his life tied to a trailer before being surrendered to the rescue. He is a handsome bully with the sweetest smoosh face smile. This boy did not deserve the life he had before. No longer will he know the loneliness of living outside tethered to that trailer.
He is about 40-59 lbs, and needs neuter surgery. He is heartworm negative so far. However, he has very bad cherry eyes.
What is Cherry Eye?
“Cherry eye,” as it is commonly referred to, is a prolapsed gland of the nictitans. It occurs after a tear gland in a dog's third eyelid becomes inflamed. While it is usually not extremely painful, sometimes a dog will rub at it as if it were itchy. Left untreated, and the longer the gland is prolapsed, the greater the risk of associated problems such as conjunctivitis. A dog pawing, scratching, or rubbing the affected eye may irritate it further. Fortunately, cherry eye in dogs is easy to spot and can be treated quickly.
Today he will be neutered and hoping they will also fix his cherry eyes.
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