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Quick Answers To Your Dog's Medical Symptoms
Wednesday 23rd of August 2017



Eye Squinting

Below you will find dog diseases or conditions that include Eye Squinting as a possible symptom. Click on a diagnosis link for disease or condition information.

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Anterior Uveitis

Possible Symptoms Of Anterior Uveitis

Clouding Of Eye
Eye Squinting
Protruding Third Eyelid
Red Eye
Small Pupil Size
Tearing
Uneven Pigmentation Of The Iris
Unevenly Shaped Pupil

View Information - - anterior uveitis


Corneal Abrasion

Possible Symptoms Of Corneal Abrasion

Eye Discharge
Eye Squinting
Pawing At Eyes
Red Eye

View Information - - corneal abrasion


Entropion

Possible Symptoms Of Entropion

Excessive Tearing
Eye Irritation
Eye Pain
Eye Squinting

View Information - - entropion


Epiphora

Possible Symptoms Of Epiphora

Ear Discharge
Eye Discharge
Eye Squinting
Overflowing Tears
Pawing At Eyes

View Information - - epiphora


Indolent Corneal Ulcer

Possible Symptoms Of Indolent Corneal Ulcer

Eye Discharge
Eye Squinting
Red Eye
Tearing

View Information - - indolent corneal ulcer


Interstitial Keratitis

Possible Symptoms Of Interstitial Keratitis

Development Of Small Blood Vessels In The Eye
Eye Squinting
Fever
Film Over The Cornea
Inflammation Of The Cornea
Milky Gray/bluish Color To The Eye
Sensitivity To Light

View Information - - interstitial keratitis


Keratitis

Possible Symptoms Of Keratitis

Avoiding Light
Clouding Of Eye
Eye Squinting
Pawing At Eyes
Protruding Third Eyelid
Watery Eye

View Information - - keratitis


Uveitis

Possible Symptoms Of Uveitis

Clouding Of Eye
Eye Squinting
Red Eye
Retraction Of The Eyeball
Sensitivity To Light
Soft Eye
Watery Eye

View Information - - uveitis




Remember, this information is for reference only. Always contact your vet or pet profesional for advice.


 






The information contained on this site is for the sole purpose of being informative and is not and should not be used or relied upon as medical advice.
Seek the advice of your vet or other qualified pet care provider before you decide on any treatment or for answers to any questions you may have regarding a canine medical symptom or medical condition.



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