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I'm not sure exactly what you're describing here, but it might be the conjunctiva, the tissue between the base of the eyeball and the edge of the lower lid. This can become infected for different reasons...
Cuspid, My first impression from your description is that this is caused by an infection... and almost always in older dogs.  There is the initial swelling for possibly several days, then the swelling might open...
in the left ear which has the infection along with yeast, his left eye droops and has facial paralisys lots... levels this happened. I found out he has an middle ear infection.I found it at
I think you need to take your dog to an ophthalmologist. That discharge can be indicative of infection.
, which line the inner surface of the eyelids.  In dogs, this can happen as a result of an infection (viral... would vary depending on the cause.  You should be careful not to put anything into your dog's eyes...
It could be any one of a number of things. For example, it could be a primary infection caused..., this could also do it. Or if she has very prominant eyes (like those of pugs, and many small breeds) and if you notice a lot...
If there is any question at all of a scratch on the eyeball, you should have your dog....  Secondly, there is an immediate danger of infection.  Thirdly, if not treated promptly and properly...
to check kidneys.  It is something that my vet asked to keep an eye on since drinking a lot of water maybe... strange and that's why I decided to check for myself online about why a dog would have such a diagnosis...
Coco, Your dog has most likely experienced some kind of trauma to that side of her face or this is the result of some type of infection/abscess.  Try to apply some cold compresses if she'll let...
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