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Coprice Dog food - 100% Australian Made : a first for Sri Lanaka

CopRice natural dog food is proudly sourced and made in Australia – and dogs vote in favour of the flavours too. Certified Australian pet foods are free from pathogens like Mad Cow Disease (BSE) and dangerous mycotoxins (toxins from fungi and moulds) that can cause cancer.

CopRice natural dog food is affordable and packed with nutrients. So, your dog gets the required balance diet, have more energy, reduce the risk of disease and stay healthy believes that Dog breeders, pet parents, veterinarians and pet shops in Sri Lanka are ready to take pet nutrition to the next level in terms of healthfulness, safety and affordability, and that’s why they’ve chosen the CopRice range.

To find out more about CopRice dog foods and to view a full range of pet foods and pet accessories visit You’ll also be able to ask any questions and get great tips for pet owners when you visit Allforpets on Facebook

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Does Your Dog Have Runny Eyes?

There are various reasons your dog could have a runny eye, and knowing what they are could often make the difference between a minor issue and a major one. You should not panic when you notice a rheumy nature to your dog’s eye, the best advice it to take your dog to a vet. However, in the event the vet is not close by, this post tells you some of the possible reasons why he could have that runny eye, from some of the best people in the business, which should set you at ease.
The first thing you need to know about the runny eyes your dog is having is that you are not alone in this. It is common for pet owners to freak out seriously when they discover any malaise with their pets, however, runny eyes are a very common phenomena especially among dogs and cats also. So if you happen to have discovered a rheumy development to your pet’s eye, it is not a disaster, it is a perfectly normal situation that can be handled easily.

Causes of runny eyes

1. Bushy eyelids

Some dog breeds exhibit a lot of hair especially on their faces, and while this can look really cute and endearing, the long hair can be the source of irritation to the dog. The hair could overgrow in odd angles that carry it into the eye, which is quite irritating or it could trap dust particles which could also result in some sort of irritation when it comes in contact with the eyes of the dog.

2. Do you smoke?

Cigarette smoke, aerosols, dust and smog are sources of irritations to dogs. Some dogs are so sensitive that they could easily react to common allergy stimulators. Like mentioned above, this is especially common in hairy dogs. The hair traps these substances, which could also be pollen, fungal spores etc.

3. Did he just have a bath?

Pet owners often forget that detergents and soap have similar effects on all creatures whether human or canine, and having soap in your eyes would irritate you too. One of the common reasons for runny eyes which you see a lot of pet owners run into the vet about, turn out to just be the effect of soap in the eye of the dog. If you have just finished bathing your dog and you notice the eyes tearing or having a rheumy nature to them, chances are it was the soap.

4. Is it a Brachycephalic breed?

Brachycephalic dogs are those like terriers, pugs, pekingese, bulldogs etc which have pushed in faces. These dogs often have prominent eyeballs, which makes it really difficult for the eyelids to close them. thus the eyes suffer from excessive dryness which leads to irritations. If you have a brachycephalic breed, then it should come as no surprise to you when the eyes are runny. This is a common occurrence however and is easily corrected surgically. You should visit your vet in this instance for assistance.

There are many more reasons why your dog may be exhibiting runny eyes, most of them medical in nature, but these are the most common.
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