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Old 01-04-2013, 01:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Eye-Lid Discoloration

A while back I noticed that my boy had a slight discoloration in the corner of his eye. I thought it may just be from boogers or something like that. It has a white-ish tinge to it, and cleaning it never seemed to make a difference after it dried. After a while that one seems to have faded a bit, but now I notice one coming in on the top side. Same type of thing, a bit flaky and white-ish.

Just dry skin maybe?
I don't want to over react if it's something that simple and normal, but dont want to neglect it if it's something more serious.

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i think it would be a good idea to have your Vet look at those.

maybe a skin scraping might show mites?

folliculitis?

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