Conjunctivitis is a condition that is relatively common in young or old dogs, although adults can also have it. Is very contagious, both between dogs and dogs to humans, so that while you are with this problem it is very important to wash your hands before and after petting or treating you.
In this regard, if we see that our friend has eye secretions, it is best to go to the veterinarian as soon as possible. In this way, we can give you the medicine when it is not yet a serious problem, thus avoiding putting your health at risk. Therefore, I will tell you how to treat conjunctivitis in a dog.
The first thing to do is go to the specialist so that we examine our friend's eyes well and prescribe the most appropriate medication as appropriate. Keep in mind that there are many causes of conjunctivitis (allergies, foreign bodies, or diseases such as distemper), and not all are treated in the same way.
Once at the clinic, the veterinarian can prescribe artificial tears or eye drops, depending on the case. Artificial tears are used when the eyes do not produce enough tears, which is known as dry keratoconjunctivitis, while eye drops are especially indicated to treat allergic conjunctivitis or caused by some disease.
If you see that your dog has a litter but makes a completely normal life, you can treat it with chamomile, moistening a gauze in the infusion and clean your eyes three to four times a day. But you should know that if it does not improve in a maximum of three days, or if it gets worse, it is best to go to a professional.
It is important to have the hairy guarded, because if he scratches his eyes a lot he could injure them. If you can't, one option is to wear an Elizabethan collar, which will prevent damage.
With these tips, we hope your friend recovers as soon as possible 🙂.