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How to Treat Eye Problems in Boston Terriers. If you have a Boston terrier, you probably know how lively and intelligent this popular breed can be. The Boston terrier is easily recognized by his large wide set eyes. The outside corners of...

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Pay attention to the signs of other eye problems. Boston terriers can get a variety of other eye problems. These include, but are not limited to, cherry eye, retinal atrophy, glaucoma, proptosis (bulging eyes), and eyelash problems. Because the dog's eye problems can vary so drastically, you should be on the lookout for general changes in your dog's eyes, as well as specific symptoms, whic...

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Red eyes in Boston terriers are often signs of dry eyes or corneal ulcers. According to Boston Terrier Rescue of North Texas, dry eyes, or keratoconjunctivitis sicca, are common in the breed. This condition is characterized by a lack of tear production.

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Some of the more common eye conditions that can develop in Boston Terriers are cataracts and corneal ulcers, the latter usually in conjunction with corneal dystrophy. The eye is a very delicate organ made up of a number of parts that all function together in order to permit clear vision.

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Boston Terrier Eyes. According the AKC Standard, The Boston Terrier's "eyes are wide apart, large and round and dark in color. The eyes are set square in the skull and the outside corners are on a line with the cheeks as viewed from the front. Disqualify: Eyes blue in color or any trace of blue."

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BOSTON TERRIER EYE DISEASE Corneal Ulcers and Prevention Corneal Ulcers are the single largest eye problem in Boston Terriers. Perhaps 1 dog in 10 will experience a corneal ulcer sometime during its life based on the l903 dogs surveyed in the 2000 Boston Terrier Health Survey. The Boston Terrier Standard for the Breed calls for eyes to be

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This is Sharda with Boston Terrier newsletter! Today, we will be about Boston Terrier eye problems! Overall, the Boston Terrier is quite a healthy breed, but, this breed too like many others, is prone to specific health problems. While some of them are congenital, others are the result of the breed’s anatomy and behaviour.

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Purebred dogs are subject to certain physical conditions that vary by breed. Boston terriers, for instance, are prone to congenital blindness, caused by cataracts or corneal dystrophy. Watch for signs and symptoms that your Boston terrier is having problems with her vision so you can contact your vet for treatment.

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If you have a Boston Terrier or you are contemplating getting a Boston Terrier for a pet, being aware of the health conditions that can afflict this gentle breed will help you protect your pet. Health Problems Involving the Eyes: Cataracts – This is a degenerative condition that can lead to blindness if not detected and treated. It is an eye ...

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Cherry Eye. Cherry Eye can look similar to a tumor in the eye. It’s usually a bright red mass protruding out of the eye. (Ouch! I know!) Cherry Eye is caused by a gland popping out of its normal position. Boston Terriers have a third eyelid where this gland is located.