Dry Eye in dogs is a painful condition for dogs. And it often seems to be difficult to treat by conventional means (most often eye drops, often containing corticosteroids – which should of course be avoided wherever possible).
Some dog breeds such as Pugs and English Bulldogs do have a tendency to be prone to Dry Eye.
But any breed can develop the condition. Dry Eye in dogs can be attributable to, and associated with, quite a number of conditions, including Diabetes, Hypothyroidism, Distemper, immune system problems including autoimmune diseases, or even to drug toxicity or surgery. It can also be caused by allergies.
Dry Eye in dogs can amount to a minor irritation for your dog in mild cases, to significant pain in significant cases of Dry Eye. If left without treatment, your dog could eventually go blind. Canine Dry Eye causes decreased tear production, and as you probably know, tears are essential for eye health in humans and animals alike.
Once established, Canine Dry Eye is usually a permanent condition. There is no known cure, but there are ways of keeping the condition under control to the extent that the dog does not suffer pain and discomfort.
Another, newer, method of treating Dry Eye in dogs which seems to work more effectively than conventional eye drops, and is completely natural, is a liquid capsule that you give orally to your dog. The best way is to pour it on your dog’s food, although directly into your dog’s mouth works just fine. It contains various vitamins, minerals, and oils that keep your dog’s Dry Eye under control from the inside out.
Dog Clear Vision Herbs
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Nature’s Herbs for Pets Clear Vision is beneficial for many eye conditions: eye infections/inflammation, double/blurred vision, dry eyes (non-tearing), conjunctivitis, failing eyesight, dilatation of pupils, cloudy eyes, etc.