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Answered 2014-06-13 22:36:08

If both of your dog's eyes are rolling back in its head while the dog is awake, this is typically indicative of some type of seizure disorder. If you are certain what you are seeing is not the nictitating membrane covering the eye, speak with your veterinarian.

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