weepy eye

weepy eye

1. a lay term for ocular discharge.
2. specifically, a conjunctivitis of rabbits caused mostly by Pasteurella spp. and characterized by ocular discharge which is soon spread over the face by the rabbit rubbing the eyes with its paws.
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Q My four-month-old cocker spaniel has a constantly weepy eye which doesn't seem to irritate her.
BRIAN replies: There are many causes of a slightly weepy eye with mucus.
That Newt is burgundy with white scales, one weepy eye, red lips to do a super model proud (aside from the drool, of course), and a shock of short, yellow-blond hair.
Q Our kitten has a weepy eye oozing yellowish muck.
Much like human cold sores (also caused by the virus, which are often dormant for periods and then flare up again) in cats it presents as a chronic mild weepy eye.
Went once, was like a puppy farm; no mothers, all puppies with sore, weepy eyes and pens were bare but for a plastic basket
He can experience weepy eyes when he is stressed, but other than that he is in good health (we took care of all his dental work).
Say so long to weepy eyes when you're chopping |onions thanks to these purpose-made goggles - no more tears
Cameramen have often had to stop recording so my weepy eyes can dry, then edit together several pieces of film because they could not get one clean take.
26 &27Animal magic Vet Scott Miller advises on a goldfish with a cyst, a dog with wet eczema and a spaniel with weepy eyes.
In another trial, an injection every week over a month and half, cut the amount of runny noses and weepy eyes by almost 39 per cent.
weepy eyes of house dust mite allergy and reliance on medicines by almost 39