is a developmental condition in which the eyelids form
improperly. The lids turn inward, causing the eye lashes to
rub against the cornea. When this occurs, it becomes very
painful for the animal. The irritation leads to muscle
spasms which cause the condition of the eyelids to worsen.
Puppies affected by this exhibit common signs such as:
squinting, excessive tearing and ocular discharge.
is a condition in which there is a rolling out of the
eyelids, resulting in abnormal exposure of the eye, and
causing irritation. Dogs with this condition exhibit signs
of: sagging eyelids, discharge, reddened conjunctiva, and a
decrease in tear production. If you suspect that your dog
may have one of these conditions, schedule an appointment
with Dr. Winter to assess the severity of the condition and