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    Horners syndrom

    Anyone ever heard of this or any bodys babies had this, my vet thinks my Bailey may have this, the symptoms are very red sclera, constricted pupil,downward turning of the mouth, there are many reasons for this, scary, I have him on eye drops 3x a day. Joann


    It seems to mimic some signs of a stroke!

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    I've never heard of this. I hope that you find out what is causing this. Big bear hugs and good thoughts on the way for you and Bailey.
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    Thank you, its scary to have some thing as vague as this. Joann

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    Please update when you can! Let us know how Bailey is doing. Sending good vibes your way
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    Bailey

    Thank you for your concern, Baileys eye looks better I have been putting eye drops in 3x a day, so hopefully when its time to stop it won't return. I am thinking also that my new puppy may be part of the cause. A neck injury can bring this on and Rusty[new baby] wants to play with Bailey and pokes him in the neck, so maybe that is the cause. Joann

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    Horner's syndrome in animals.

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    Thank you

    Thank you for the article, it was very informative, Baileys eye looks better he is getting the drops 3x a day and I am trying to keep Rusty away from him. Joann

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    Heard of it in humans but never in dogs...will have to go read the link that was posted.

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    I have never heard of it in dogs or people. So I learned something new today. Hope Bailey is soon feeling better!

    "That they may have a little peace, even the best
    dogs are compelled to snarl occasionally."
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    Hope Bailey is feeling better soon.
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    Bailey

    Thank you his eye looks better, I just hope when I finish with the eye drops it doesn' t return.

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