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Well, it's been quite awhile since I last posted about Honey and her eye problems. I'm glad to report she is doing much better with a daily regimen of medicine.
The only thing I fear is I'll have to keep giving her the medicine for the rest of her life. I really hope that won't be the case. I can tell she can see much better. She bites her tug more than my fingers when we play :)
She's also chasing balls and throw toys that she couldn't see very well before. Now she plays fetch with energy and she enjoys it.
I have to go back in May for another check up and I guess they'll tell me whether or not I have to keep up the meds or not.
Anyway, thanks to those who have asked about her and for all the great advice. It's helped a lot.
Good to hear!
I' assuming the meds were for the infection and tear duct. What happened with the cataracts, were they just mild enough to wait on?
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They said the cataracts will not be a problem. They are deep in her eyes and shouldn't bother her at all.
I was thinking about Honey's eyes last night and was going to post to you tonight and ask for an update.
I'm very happy that she's better.
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BRILL TO HEAR SHE IS DOING BETTER!!!!!!!
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