The Eye Infection
I have recently noticed that Daisy’s eyes have been watering very often, I have also found myself cleaning out the pus of her eyes a few times a day. If that happens to your dog, please call up your Vet.
After a Vet consultation turns out Daisy has an eye infection, caused by nothing else but the seawater of the east coast of Scotland. Daisy was chasing her ball into the water with her eyes wide open staring at the ball, bacteria along with the water got into her eye and caused an eye infection. She was given eyedrops for two weeks, twice a day.
This fun game of chasing the ball into the water cost me £65 including £25 consolation fee. The easiest way to avoid this would be by throwing the ball safely on the bech or the grass instead!
Eye infections can be tricky, some might pass on its own, others could spread and could even lead to loss of vision, that's why it's always best to consult with your vet if you feel that your doggy is suffering.
The easy way to check if anything is going on with your dog's eyes is to check the bottom eyelid which is supposed to be light pink if you see any reddness your doggy might need medication such as eye drops.
Hope this will help you avoid similar problems in future!