Q. My dog is showing signs of hyperglycemia. ..swollen red eyes like my other older dog did about 1 year ago. What can I do?

A. Swollen red eyes can be the symptom of many problems. If you think your dog is hyperglycemic then you should contact your vet or emergency vet straight away as treatment maybe required immediately depending upon how high the levels are.

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