Cherry Eye Treatment – Home Remedy For Dogs (k9-1)

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Cherry eye therapy in pets could be done by surgical treatment or natural home remedy. This is my experience as well as video clip treating cherry eye myself on my puppy. You could find more details on my blog post here:

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28 Comments on “Cherry Eye Treatment – Home Remedy For Dogs (k9-1)”

  1. Our chihuaha got this bad…was getting worried, looked up some stuff online, and ended up doing the massage with eye drops, i also brought him in from outdoors and let him just relax, maybe to lower his blood pressure, and it worked, his eye was way worse than this dog in the video, after a couple of days, it looks alot like the dog in this video, but considering how it was, it was a big improvement.

  2. @ALEXNHELEN0704 It is good to massage the spot even after it pops back in a few times a day for a few days. If there is cartilage damage the cherry eye may keep slipping out or possible for other reasons. This method is worth a try for some dogs. The dog in the video had no relapses – its been a few months now. Surgury may be the only option for some dogs.

  3. thanks for the post. it worked awesome she has had cherry eye for a long time now and one of my friends told me about the video. I do have to repeat but not often.. THANKS

  4. I have a shitzu who is 3 months old and he has cherry eye. Took him to the vet and they confirmed it was cherry eye and the only solution was surgery. I posted that on fb and the breeder where we got our pup said it could be massaged out. I you tubed it and found your video. I massaged it and it went in once I figured the technique. Next morning it was out again so I attempted it again with success. We’re on day 3 and still good. Thanks for sharing!

  5. I have a Shih Tzu/Maltese mix with Cherry Eye. It started last week. I brought him to the vet because I had no clue what it was. The Vet gave me this exact method you just did but I had no success even with the ointment. I copied the exact movement you did with your dog and BAM! Success! Thank you for making this video. It saved me for paying for uneeded surgery!

    1. My pup is a Malshi also and she has problems with cherry eye.ย  I had also success with his technique.

  6. Thank you so much for posting!! It worked! You’ve saved us from an expensive vet bill. We should send you that $10 you asked for! Well deserved. ๐Ÿ™‚ Now my son isn’t afraid to look at the dog anymore.

  7. What anti inflamatory, lubricating drops do you guys recommend for me to try this procedure at home? His eye is inflamated and want to bring the inflamation down before I try this… The vet charges almost $30 for the drops, I don’t want to pay so much and want to try and correct the problem myself..

  8. Almost 6 years later… and this video saved me (well…my 8 mos. old great dane puppy). Thank you so so so much. I waited until he was asleep (because it happened at night) and then I did this. I actually felt the cartilage (or whatever it is) flip over on the third gentle push. So grateful…

  9. My husband that it was carnosidad I don’t know how you say that in English. Anyway, he put a little salt in it. I will try to massage his eye without my husband looking. I will let you know how it went.

    1. Hannah Torres
      How did it go? My bulldog has that some of that carnocidad you were talking about and i just washed her eye with salt water. Did this method work?

    1. Matthew Greven it worked for me just now! I am so happy and shocked honestly. I just kissed my baby so much. I felt so bad for her

  10. I did work for us too! Thanks for the vid.
    We had to try a half dozen of times. I guess did not get the technique right at the beginning but eventually it popped back.

    1. Kenwesrem hi! I did exactly what he did, but I lubricated before with a bit of chamomile tea (room temperature) in a cotton ball and just left it there for 3 min, gave her a massage for other 3-5 mins trying to put the cherry back into place. My dog was very relaxed and that helped a lot!

    2. We got some lubricant as well, but even with 3 – 5 min massage its just not possible to put it back in, i guess its to big, It covers about 1/4 of her eye (it’s a manly man) .
      I’ll try and find some chamimile tea, thanks for the reply.

    3. Kenwesrem just try to have your dog relax, and leave the cotton ball soak in chamomile resting on his eye. Then apply a massage not hard but not to soft either, firm. And try to do it toward the socket in rhe corner of the eye and nose (it’s hard to explain, sorry) Good luck!

  11. I can’t thank you enough! I was getting super worried about my dog, and this really worked for sure. I will still check on my dog if I see anything bad, but my family right now does not have the money to afford a surgery which would be expensive, so thank you so much for doing this video!

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