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Cherry Eye in Dogs

Close Up of a dog's eyes who has Cherry Eye, the eyes are brown and there are red pockets bulging out of the corners

Cherry eye is a congenital disorder of the third eyelid (nictitating membrane (NM)). It can occur in dogs, cats and in rabbits, but is more often seen in dogs. Cherry eye can often be successfully surgically corrected, however sometimes the condition comes back after the surgery.

Onyx the Terrier mix sitting outside in dirt and a person is holding its body. Onyx has red bulges coming from the corners of his brown eyes

Onyx the Terrier mix at 5 years old with cherry eye

Onyx the black and white Terrier mix standing outside in the dirt with red bulges coming from the corner of his brown eyes

Onyx the Terrier mix at 5 years old with cherry eye

Close Up - Onyx the Terrier's brown eyes with red bulges coming from the inside corners

Close up of a dog with cherry eye

Left Profile - Onyx the Terrier Mix sitting outside with its mouth open and a bulging red bubble coming from the corner of his eye

Onyx the Terrier mix at 5 years old with cherry eye

Close Up - a dog's eye with a red bulging pocket in the inside corner

Close up of a dog with cherry eye

Close Up - dog's brown eye with a red bulging pocket in the inside corner

Close up of a dog with cherry eye

Close Up - Puggle's right eye with a red bulging pocket in the inside corner

Close up of a Puggle dog with cherry eye

Close Up - Closed eye, with still exposed red bulge of the cherry eye

Close up of a dog with cherry eye

Close Up - Puggle with a red bubble coming from the corner of the eye

Close up of a dog with cherry eye

Breeds Prone to Cherry Eye

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