Why does my dog keep closing his eyes?

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Allergies can also cause conjunctivitis.

In addition to keeping his eye closed, your dog may also have discharge and crust that develops within and around the eye.

The eye will also be red in color.

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Dogs may open and close their mouth repeatedly if they are choking. The dog is having difficulty getting enough air so the repeated open and closing of the mouth may indicate a dog's attempt at trying to dislodge whatever foreign object is stuck in his throat.
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Allergies can also cause conjunctivitis.

In addition to keeping his eye closed, your dog may also have discharge and crust that develops within and around the eye.

The eye will also be red in color.

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A dog may open and close its mouth after eating because it is having difficulty getting enough air, possibly due to choking on a piece of food.

The owner needs to help dislodge The piece of food either by suspending the dog in The air with the head down or lifting The rear legs to tilt the head down.

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A dog may open and close its mouth after eating because it is having difficulty getting enough air, possibly due to choking on a piece of food.

The owner needs to help dislodge the piece of food either by suspending the dog in the air with the head down or lifting the rear legs to tilt the head down.

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Epiphora in Dogs.

Epiphora is a condition that causes an abnormal overflow of tears.

Causes of epiphora due to the shape of the eyes is seen in many breeds.

The overproduction of tears can be congenital due to distichiasis – turning in of the eyelashes, or entropion – the turning in of the eyelid.

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Conjunctivitis is the inflammation of the conjunctiva, and is caused by irritation to the eye and infections.

Allergies can also cause conjunctivitis.

In addition to keeping his eye closed, your dog may also have discharge and crust that develops within and around the eye.

The eye will also be red in color.

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If you have noticed your dog pawing at his eye or rubbing his face along the furniture or the floor, he may have ocular discomfort.

Conditions that can cause your dog to experience a need to scratch the eye include: Seasonal allergies or other irritation.

Canine conjunctivitis.

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