• Your pet’s primary care veterinarian recommends urgent referral
  • Your pet is squinting (a sign of irritation or pain) and currently not on eye medication
  • Your pet is squinting and the treatment plan already in place has not led to improvement in the time interval you were told to expect
  • Your pet has suddenly lost most of his/her vision (is bumping into things)
  • There is a change in color or consistency of eye discharge i.e. red, green, yellow ·
  • Frequent rubbing/pawing at the eye
    • Swelling
  • The surface of the eye appears cloudy
    • If you believe your pet has an urgent eye condition, contact PETS ER immediately.

What does squinting look like?

This boston terrier is squinting his *left* eye, holding it partially shut.