My dog’s eyes are rolling back in his head. He is otherwise acting normal; no pain, no fever, no loss of appetite.
That’s completly normal for a dog’s eyes to roll to the back of their head. It means that they are completly sleeping and most of the time they’re in .
My dog’s eye was bloodshot a couple of weeks ago so I put some eyedrops in them a couple of times and it seemed to get better. Today we .
Dogs Age: Bella is 1 year & Sparky is 2 years … When I open his eye, the eyeball appeared ‘rolled back’ and the pupil was at the top of the socket (as if it the actually eyeball was turned).
About 3 months ago, Bruce’s eyes rolled back in his head and become very blood shot. I rushed him to a … What is happening to my poor doggie? Online vet, Dr. … We can also see this in dogs that have ingested something toxic. However, the .