Date: 2009-12-27 15:26:32 UTC
Subject: [ferrethealth] Re: Sick Ferret in Our Shelter
How old is she, do you know? Can't tell is there is conjunctiva overgrowth was damage to the cornea. Occassional you can find an opthomologist that has seen ferrets and might be willing to take a quick look, ask you vet to call them and run it by them. Our optho people her are pretty good at giving us advice to help and they might be willing to peek at your picture if your vet sends it.
Worth a try. Hard to say from this picture, I usu anesthesize the eye and try to move things around to see if I can isolate where the lesion is, cornea,conjuctiva, or something else totally.
TLC First Animal Hospital
Chicago, IL 60631
--- In email@example.com, "xwindlex" <xwindle@...> wrote:
> I work in an animal shelter. We got a ferret in and she has something
> wrong with her eyes. The vet we use does not treat exotics and
> therefore we are all unsure of what exactly is going on with her eyes
> and how to go about fixing it. I have attached a picture of the ferret
> and its eye problem. If anyone could give me any information as to what
> is going on with her eyes even if it's just a guess all of us at the
> shelter would be extremely grateful. I have put a link to a picture of
> her in here in hopes that it may help you folks.
> Thank you very much.
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
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