If Your Pet is Pawing at Her Eyes or Squinting, Corneal Ulcers Could Be the Reason

If Your Pet is Pawing at Her Eyes or Squinting, Corneal Ulcers Could Be the Reason

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  • Corneal ulcers are a very common eye injury in dogs and cats. Typical causes include trauma to the eye, presence of a foreign body in the eye, infection, inadequate tearing, and abnormal structure of the eye.

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