Pics Poost ye dagz.

Jehannum

Eats bananas with the peel still on
Jul 24, 2013
30,154
29,918
723
Albuquerque, NM
Marklar
84,231.16₥
Ugh, the eldest dog has some kind of infection on her eyelid, near the tear duct. I've been cleaning it with a q-tip and dressing it with antibiotic, but she's still bothered. Gotta take the poor thing to the vet and see what they can do about it.
 

Ledboots

Anne Perkins!
Feb 8, 2015
12,026
18,902
323
Marklar
33,659.89₥
Ugh, the eldest dog has some kind of infection on her eyelid, near the tear duct. I've been cleaning it with a q-tip and dressing it with antibiotic, but she's still bothered. Gotta take the poor thing to the vet and see what they can do about it.
You could try warm saline on a cotton ball, swipe across and then massage the tear duct area (not sure where for dogs?) for a minute if he will let you.
 
  • Gravy
Reactions: pacojas

Amstel

The Hoarse Whisperer
Fun fact:

Baby carrots aren't actually baby carrots. They're made out of adult carrots that are misshapen or otherwise not pretty enough to sell as whole carrots.


View attachment 5629
also, [not sure if they still do this] they are bred for uniformity! They're usually consistently more 'orange' and sweeter than their brethren sold as whole carrots at the store. Some recipes you can tell more if you use 'baby' carrots, vs regular as more carotene leeches into your dish!
 

Jehannum

Eats bananas with the peel still on
Jul 24, 2013
30,154
29,918
723
Albuquerque, NM
Marklar
84,231.16₥
Fun fact:

Baby carrots aren't actually baby carrots. They're made out of adult carrots that are misshapen or otherwise not pretty enough to sell as whole carrots.


View attachment 5629
Yeah, I knew that. However, the packaging says "baby carrots", so that's a convenient way to refer to them.

It also gives me some satisfaction in a "use the whole bison" kind of way.
 
  • Gravy
Reactions: HipHugHer