Do Your Pet's Eyes Ooze a Thick Yellowy Discharge? It Could Be 'Dry Eye Syndrome'

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  • Keratoconjunctivitis sicca, or KCS, is also known as dry eye syndrome. Dry eye is a condition in which the tear mixture, which consists of oil, mucus and mostly water, is absent the water. Only oil and mucus are being secreted, which is why pets with KCS have thick, yellow discharge from their eyes.

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