Marinepits wrote:Personally, I would take the dog to the e-vet immediately, considering the eyeball itself was bleeding. Cats have nasty-dirty claws and I'd be very worried about infection. I'm assuming no vitreous humor (the fluid inside the eyeball) is leaking out?
It can *probably* wait until morning, but have her keep a REAL close watch on it (no pun intended). If the dog starts rubbing its face/eye on either the carpet, furniture, some other object, or with his/her paws, either have them go to the vet immediately, or get an e-collar on the dog's head until they can get to the vet in the morning. The dog HAS to be seen, sooner rather than later, so don't let them put the vet visit off.
CinderDee wrote:Thanks so much Doc!
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