Lhasa Apso Dog Cherry Eye
So I was going to call the vet clinic to book for another possible surgery to fix my boy’s Cherry Eye since about a week and a half ago, it appeared again. We had already booked and cancelled surgery dates twice before for my Lhasa Apso dog Chester.
I reviewed all the YouTube videos showing how to gently massage Chester’s Cherry Eye back underneath his eyelid but much to my frustration, I was not successful. I tried to do this several times per day for a week and it’s a good thing that he cooperates. He must be getting tired of me playing with his left eye like this all the time!
Cherry Eye Getting Harder To Push Back In
I recall last year that it was relatively easy to push Chester’s Cherry Eye back inside but in recent months whenever it popped out again, I just could push it in. It would work for a few seconds but then it would pop right back out again.
Well, to deepen the mystery even more, just as I was planning to make the call to the vet clinic, I went out one morning a few days ago to do an errand. When I came back, his Cherry Eye had gone back inside all on its own!
It went back inside under his eye lid without my effort in pushing it back it. This is really weird.
It’s been a couple of days so far and his eye is still normal as I write this. Although I wouldn’t be surprised if it pops right back out again. So what I might do is if next time his Cherry Eye pops out and stays out for say two weeks, I think I’m going to make the call for the surgery, assuming that it will take about two weeks to book in advance. I know that this surgery is going to cost me $600. I just hope that my other Lhasa Apso Roxie never develops this condition.
If anybody else out there has a Cherry Eye story to tell, please do so at the comments section below.