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Do pets cry?

Update Time:2023/10/31
Do pets cry?


The eyes are the windows of the soul. A pair of bright and clear eyes can convey many different messages through changes in the eyes.

But if your pet looks at you with tears in his eyes and affectionately, you should be careful!

Under normal circumstances, after the animal's lacrimal glands secrete tears to moisten the eyeballs, they will enter the nasal cavity through the tear ducts and will not flow out from the corners of the eyes. So why does it always have tears in its eyes? It’s not because I love you deeply, but because the tear ducts secrete too much tears and cannot be discharged from the tear ducts, so tears will flow from the corners of the eyes. Over time, tear stains form.

Tear stains are one of the common symptoms of eye problems in pets. When eye problems occur, permanent and irreversible damage to vision may occur in a very short period of time.

Pets can't speak, so you don't know what they are suffering silently, so pet owners need to pay more attention and observe. If your pet has abnormal or uncomfortable symptoms, you should seek medical examination immediately and receive early treatment. Do not delay the condition. Even if there is no obvious discomfort, caring pet owners must take daily protection.


Regarding the daily care of pets’ eyes, you need to know the following points: 

1. Common symptoms of eye problems in dogs and cats ,
(1)Tear stains; Eyes becoming red (the whites of the eyes become red); 
(2)The black parts of the eyeballs turning white. (corneal edema or lens opacity); 
(3)increased blinking frequency, wanting to scratch or rub the eyes, photophobia, and inability to open the eyes;
(4) increased tears and secretions; pupils become larger or smaller, and the eyeballs become enlarged or protruding ;
(5) Losing sense of direction when moving, easily bumping into things, and even afraid to walk or run. 
When your pet exhibits the above symptoms, seek symptomatic treatment as soon as possible. Mild symptoms can be treated on your own, but severe symptoms require medical treatment as soon as possible.

2. How to prevent eye diseases in pets? 
(1) Avoid being stimulated and frightened, which may lead to mechanical damage to the eyeballs;
(2)Keep cages, nests and activity areas clean and tidy, and regularly deworm them to reduce the infection rate in the external environment;
(3)Pay attention to the reasonable combination of nutrition, appropriate vitamin supplements, and enhance immunity;
(4)Trim your hair regularly and clean the hair covering your eyes in time to avoid irritation to your eyes; 
(5)Do daily cleaning and care of your eyes, and keep eye drops at home.

3. How to choose good eye drops? 
A good eye drop needs to meet the following points: 
 (1)has a good anti-inflammatory effect;
 (2)is safe, has no side effects, and has no dependence;
 (3)is non-irritating and is easily accepted by pets;
 (4)has a relatively comprehensive therapeutic effect and can satisfy the symptoms of common eye diseases prevention and control.