How do you treat pink eye in dogs?
- Cold compresses.
- Steroid eye drops.
- Artificial tears.
- Antihistamines (oral or eye drops)
- Anti-inflammatory medication.
How do you know if your dog has pink eye?
- Redness or bloodshot appearance.
- Puffy eyelids.
- Eyelids sticking together.
- Watery eyes.
- Pawing at eyes.
Will pink eye go away on its own dogs? While non-infectious conjunctivitis is not a serious condition in and of itself, it won’t clear up on its own without treatment, and it may point to a more serious health problem that needs to be addressed. Additionally, if left untreated, your dog could sustain a permanent eye injury or even vision loss.
Do I need to take my dog to the vet for pink eye? If your dog is showing signs of conjunctivitis, even if symptoms seem very mild, contact your vet as soon as possible. Left untreated conjunctivitis can lead to permanent eye damage.