Wreaks Havoc on Your Pet's Eyes - Especially in These Breeds

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  • Entropion is a disorder in which a pet’s eyelid is inverted, meaning it rolls or folds inward toward the eyeball. This can cause eyelashes, hair, or other debris to rub against the surface of the eye, which can be irritating and painful, and can potentially result in ulceration or perforation of the cornea, and even loss of vision. Entropion can develop in either the upper or lower eyelid (or both), and in one eye or both eyes.

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