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Weapy Eye

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one of my boys have come out to play this evening and he seems to have weepy eyes!
any suggestions on whether to worry? How to clean? What it could be?
Loren
 

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What kind of weepy eyes? If it's a slight whitesh fluid but the eye looks healthy then it's normal when pigs have been grooming themselves. Is your boy displaying any other symptoms?
 

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i would say its whitesh yeah.
first time i have noticed it and his general behaviour is the same, eating every, leaping and climing everywhere!
am i just being an over protective/obsessivemummy
 

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thank you that was very interesting, everything is a learn curve. had them 8 months now, love them to death
 

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To be fair I didn't see any of this milky fluid til after about 2 years of being owned by piggies and I worried at the time (worrying is natural). It's amazing how much you can learn from this forum
 
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