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  • Cherry eye usually shows up around 4 months to 2 years of age. While it may make you feel bad for your bulldog, cherry eye does not cause pain. Bulldogs are usually not bothered by cherry eye. However, you should seek out a veterinarian who can help because cherry eye can cause more issues if left untreated like eye infections and dry eye.
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Keep in mind that cherry eye is usually seen in younger dogs between the age of 4 months to two years.

Typically, owners will experience most of their issues during this time period.


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