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EYE INJURIES

Injuries to the eyes usually require the advice or treatment of a veterinarian.

Any time you find your horse squinting excessively, reluctant to look into a bright light, or swelling or pain around the eye, it's time to take a closer look.

•   Observe the clear globe of the eyeball.
•   Look for scratches
•   foreign objects
•   Observe the lining of the eye
•   the character of any discharge (clear, thick yellow, red-tinged, etc.)
•   check for cuts, scrapes or other wounds.

•  After you have taken a closer look, call your veterinarian.

He or she can tell you whether a professional exam and treatment is needed and if it should be seen immediately or not. Injuries to the delicate parts of the eye must be treated promptly and properly to assure a successful result and in many cases, to prevent permanent damage or blindness.
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