Question by  ousideinsider (32)

Could allergies in dogs cause bloodshot eyes?

My dog has bloodshot eyes all the time.


Answer by  Ginny (2251)

Yes, try using over-the-counter artificial tears first. But there are other conditions that should be ruled out, like high blood pressure, a scratch or infection. Does your dog ride in a vehicle with its head out the window? That could cause irritation and dry the eyes out. An outdoor dog could have been sprayed by a skunk!


Answer by  MehulHathi (50)

It is commonly observed due to scratch or collison. They have third eyelids which if infected due to bacteria or other germs and sometimes due to some dust particle can also cause bloodshot eyes. Most of the times it should go away within few hours / days. If you continue to observe bloodshot eyes constantly for your dog visit your vet.


Answer by  Rafael1229 (52)

Yes but there could be other reason such as a change in your dog diet,household cleaning product or cleaning product for your dog,shampoo etc


Answer by  Jakey98 (222)

Allergies in dogs can cause bloodshot eyes. This can also be normal, or a sign of infection, especially if the eye is draining fluid. You need to see a vet.

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