Signs which indicate your horse needs its eyes checked include tearing, squinting, redness, swelling of the conjunctiva, and cloudiness. It’s extremely important to have an equine’s eyes examined first by a veterinarian before administering any self-medicated eye treatments. If your horse has a corneal ulcer, using the wrong medication can cause the ulcer to spread or to cause permanent eye damage. Dr. Geertsema can also provide a referral to a dedicated ophthalmologist for serious equine eye problems.

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