Hi everyone I am new here on the forum. Our GP Neville has a bulging eye. He is only 2 years of age. First visit to the vet last Friday and the initial diagnosis was he had hit his eye. So I was given Fucithalmic viscous eye drops which I applied 3 times a day. However the eyeball still proceeded to enlarge, looks as if it is going to burst and after another visit this morning the vet suggested it is a tumour, and that he should be PTS. He now has another lump on his back - poor chap. I have brought him back home for the moment as I need to tell my 13 daughter first so she can say goodbye to him. He can enjoy a day out on the grass in the run. Has anyone else's GP had eye issues ? This is all too much as we lost George last year to a huge tooth abscess, despite having it drained, antibiotics etc and much care and attention poor George just didn't make it. Are GPs these days so much weaker ? I have always had a soft spot for these little delightful creatures but I don't think we will be getting any more for the moment. They really make an impact on your heart, it is hard to see them suffer so.