Entropion in Cats?

Answer Entropion is a condition in which a cat's eyelids turn inward. It is much more common in dogs, but according to, purebred cats such as the Persian and Burmese are more likely to develop... Read More »

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Surgery for Entropion?

Canine entropion is a condition in which the bottom eyelid rolls inward to such a degree that hair on the eyelid's surface will rub and irritate the eyeball. It can occur in one or both eyes. Alt... Read More »

Entropion in Puppies?

Entropion in puppies is one of the most frequent eye conditions occurring in dogs today. It is believed by veterinarians to be a painful condition. Dennis E. Brooks, DVM, of the University of Flori... Read More »

Is entropion noticeable in puppies?

Yes. Puppies may show entropion as early as two weeks after opening their eyelids. Shar Peis, English Bulldogs and Chow Chows are just some of the breeds that inherit the condition, in which the ey... Read More »

Do cats actually "spray" in the corners of the house They are all fixed. But my mom insists that my cats?

Male cats spray even when they are fixed. With that many cats they may feel the need to mark their territory. I had 3 cats and my oldest was a male, wasn't bothered when I brought home a female. 2 ... Read More »