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Do These Appear on Your Pet's Face? 5 Causes and What to Do About Each

Sometimes it's more or less normal, and other times it's a telltale red flag for something major that deserves quick attention. Which pets are at the greatest risk of each? And how do you know the difference? Get the lowdown on each right here.

pets eye oogies


  • Many pets develop ocular discharge, otherwise known as runny eyes or “eye oogies”
  • Sometimes eye discharge is nothing to worry about, however, it’s important to have your dog or cat examined by a veterinarian
  • The most common causes of ocular discharge in pets are trauma to the eye, eye infections, allergies, tear duct blockages and the facial construction of certain breeds

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