General information on Entropion
Entropion is a condition in which the dog’s eyelids roll inward caused by a congenial defect, injury or prolonged eye-lid infection. The hair on the surface of the eyelid rubs on the eyeball, which often causes corneal ulcers or erosions and is very painful. The most common breeds affected are Saint Bernard, Bulldog, Chow Chow, Chinese Shar-Pei, Grate Dane, and Great Pyrenees.
Symptoms of Entropion
The symptoms of Entropion are excessive tearing, squinting, eye irritation, eye pain.
Treatments for Entropion
If you suspect that your dog has Entropion, please seek veterinarian care. Entropion generally require surgical correction.
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her eyes were getting red and irratated and her hair was growing close to her eyes and had blood on the fur near her eyes
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