Cat Care – Giving Eye Drops and Eye Ointments

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To view the next video in this series click: http://www.monkeysee.com/play/1336 In this video, Dr. Candy Olson demonstrates techniques for doing an at-home exam, giving oral medication, trimming toenails, applying eye and ear medications, grooming tips, and much more. A variety of tips are given for each sub topic; each section was filmed with one of her real patients!

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lynncrf says:

This is so much more helpful than the video with the drugged cat!

Rick Miller says:

So, what do you do when they have a collar on, as most will when they have
an eye problem? Very hard to use this method of scruffing with a collar.

Jenni Bean says:

This was very clear and precise information, thanks! I just got a 8 week
old kitten and my vet gave me some Fulcithamic because she has mild
conjunctivitis. I’m so glad I watched this video cos I probably would have
done it completely wrong! Pumpkin is gorgeous by the way 🙂

Vanessa Rottner says:

This is very helpful, especially if you only have one pair of hands and
don’t have the extra person there to assist. Thank you…great visuals and
practical help.

solipherus says:

Thank you. I have a new kitten that I’m supposed to give eye ointment to
and this video really helped.

sissy cr says:

you should do a video on types of food

Kimberly Chicchi says:

This is very helpful. I am giving my cat drops to reduce the inflammation/
pressure in his eyes. It is easy for me to get the drops in his right eye,
but I have a problem getting them into the left eye, as he has a luxated
lens and it is hard for him to open his eye enough for me to get the drops
in. I can’t get them in dead center, they basically fall to the bottom of
the eye and are blinked away. Do you have any advice?

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