What's wrong with the German Shepherd's inverted eyelashes

title=”What’s wrong with the German Shepherd’s inverted eyelashes”

In the past few days, we found that the German Shepherd always had tears in his eyes, usually we would think that his eyes would have inflammation symptoms, often we would give him eye drops, but for some reason, he still had tears as usual, after we carefully examined him, we found that the German Shepherd had an impingement problem, impingement is the German Shepherd’s eye hair into the eye, if not timely treatment, his eyes will also have other The German Shepherd’s eyes can be restored to health if we handle it properly.

When the German Shepherd’s ingrown eyelashes are mild, owners don’t need to take their dog to a professional veterinary hospital for treatment, they just need to consult their veterinarian to treat their dog at home. Use a 2% boric acid cotton ball or clean, cool boiled water to wipe the German Shepherd’s eyes paying attention to the wiping method from the inner corner of the eye outward gently.

If the German Shepherd’s ingrown eyelashes are more serious, owners should take their German Shepherd to a professional veterinary hospital for treatment, which usually requires eyelid surgery for more serious cases of ingrown eyelashes. In addition, it is best to consult a veterinarian on how to remove the eyelashes of the German Shepherd dog to prevent the recurrence of the phenomenon of ingrown eyelashes that can harm the dog’s eyes.

If we don’t know how to deal with the problem, we can take the dog to the hospital and with the help of the doctor, the German Shepherd can be put out of its misery very quickly.

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