What's the matter with a lot of dog poop?


It is normal for dogs to have eye mucus, but if the dog has too much eye mucus, the owner should be vigilant, because many diseases can cause excessive eye mucus in dogs. Once the owner finds that there is too much poo in the dog's eyes, he must immediately find out the cause and prescribe the right medicine.

Here are a few reasons why dogs have too much eye mucus:

1. Eye inflammation

Keratitis, conjunctivitis, blepharitis, etc. caused by various reasons will increase the dog's eye mucus, and long-haired dogs are more common. If treated in time, the cure rate is almost 100%. If the owner's negligence delays the treatment, the dog may develop secondary bacterial infection, and in severe cases, it may lead to corneal perforation, etc., which is difficult to cure. However, these diseases can be prevented with routine maintenance of the dog. Owners can regularly drop pet-specific eye drops for dogs to try to avoid the occurrence of inflammation.


2. Chlamydia infection

An eye disease similar to human trachoma that takes time to heal. Just like an inflamed eye in a dog, owners can reduce their risk of developing the disease by preventing this disease in their routine maintenance.

3. Cold and other diseases

Colds, bronchitis, bronchitis and other diseases can also cause excessive dog poop. As the sick dog recovers, the eye mucus will gradually decrease.


4. Liver disease

All kinds of acute and chronic inflammation of the liver can lead to an increase in dog feces. If your dog has liver disease, you must take them to the veterinarian for treatment as soon as possible. Your veterinarian will tell you how to change your diet and what to watch out for during maintenance.

5. Infectious Diseases

One of the clinical symptoms of canine distemper, toxoplasmosis and other diseases is excessive eye mucus. When owners suspect dogs of these diseases, they should take them to the doctor as soon as possible. If treated as quickly as possible, dogs have a high cure rate.