take it to the vet!! You should call the vet and ask this question. That said, the reaction you describe doesn't sound deadly. The typical answers are your dog's Allergies have kicked in, another non-allergenic irritant has hit your dog in the eyes, or an opportunisitic bacterium has found a home and is causing a serious case of conjunctivitus. The question for home treatment is: # Do we go with topical steriods which till address the allergic and hypo-allergenic problems, but may injure the dogs sight (as roids sometimes can do), and if it's an infection, this will reduce your dog's immune system just when it's needed most or... # Go with a topical OTC antibiotic cream which may (or not) address the infection, may damage the eyes, and will have no effect whatsoever on an allergic reaction or irritation or... # Get the dog to someone who knows what they're doing and has the equiipment and the talent to run tests that will identify this problem and allow for a specific treatment. Clearly, #3 is the answer. Hie thee to a vet forthwith! :}
You should take your dog to a vet
Usually the face is swollen you should take your dog to the vet immanently and the vet will give you dog a injection and in 2 to 4 hours it should be ok after the dog may be very itchy.
it could be distemper
How do you know they're itch
he can't breathe.
TO THE VET! Dogs get allergies as well as humans. Needs to go to the Vet!
If your dog has an ear infection it definitely could cause his eyes to be swollen. Infections can travel if not treated.
its swollen you take them to the vet
Common reactions include sneezing, itchy and/or watery eyes, runny nose and congestion. More extreme reactions can include rashes and difficulty breathing (from swollen airways).
It might be an infection, or an allergic reaction to something. Your best bet is to take it to the vet.
Take your dog to a vet to see what is wrong with your dogs eyes.
You might think you have a dog allergy if you get red and itchy eyes, a runny nose, or find yourself sneezing when you are around dogs. An allergist can properly diagnose a dog allergy by doing a skin or a blood test.
Your dog has an allergic reaction and yes there is, but you'd have to explain it to a pharmacist. Eyes are nothing to play around with in humans or pets, so it's best to take your dog to a vet.
It may mean allergies. My uncles dog has red eyes that start tearing. The dog is allegic to grass.
my dog is 16 has a swollen upper thigh full of blood what is it
Yes Benedryl is safe for dogs. You can give your dog Benedryl for allergies. This would be if your dogs is constantly chewing its paws or if their eyes are itchy, runny, or puffy. Talk with your vet about specific dosing instructions for your dog.
Take the dog to the vet admittedly!
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Take the dog to the nearest veterinarian without delay. Although there are a number of reasons that dogs may appear to have swollen eyes or to shake, the symptoms described are most consistent with those of an allergic reaction (to an insect bite/sting/other). Severe allergic reactions can be fatal and can develop very quickly. Your veterinarian can provide appropriate diagnostics and treatment.
Of course not ! If this is a pure breed dog then their eyes should be green or blue it depends on the mother/father of the dog.........
The vulva on a dog swells when they are in heat.
There are several reasons why your dog may have a swollen neck. Common reasons for a canine to develop a swollen neck include allergies, swollen glands, sinus infection, or thyroid condition. Your vet will need to assess the overall condition of the dog to determine the exact reason for this occurrence.
Contact your vet. It could be an infection and may need immediate attention.
Check him for fleas.