Why is my dog blinking a lot?

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Yvonne Conroy asked a question: Why is my dog blinking a lot?
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Date created: Wed, Dec 23, 2020 9:29 AM
Date updated: Tue, Jan 18, 2022 10:12 PM

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If your dog is blinking or squinting excessively and avoiding bright lights, there is likely something in his eye: Use a thumb to lift the upper eyelid and check for debris underneath.

If you can't remove the object, bandage the eye and bring the dog to the veterinarian.

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🐶 What does dog blinking mean?

Dogs blink as a way to appease and display FRIENDLY eye contact. A blink is a negotiating tool that dogs use to tell others “I come in peace, I mean no harm!” It is a way for dogs to show that they are relaxed in their environment, and demonstrate non-threatening intent.

🐶 Why is my dog's eye blinking?

  • The most common cause of blinking occurs when the dog associates finding birds with being corrected. You can give him the wrong message when you correct him for crowding (roading in, creeping, jumping in, and, in some cases, breaking and chasing).

🐶 Why does my pug keep blinking and winking?

  • Another eye issue that is seen with blinking and winking and is mentioned a lot when looking through information about why dogs wink, is a condition termed entropion. Entropion is more common in brachycephalic dog breeds (those breeds with short smushed faces such as pugs, Boston terriers, French bulldogs, etc.).

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