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On Sat. morning my vet diagnosed my Cocker Spaniel with Cherry Eye. On Sunday there was no sign of the cherry eye. Is it possible for the gland to retract back in the third eyelid or was he mis-diagnosed?
- It can definitely retract, then come out again. --Joelmills 21:47, 16 July 2006 (UTC)
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NOTE(The official book of the Neapolitan mastiff Auth: Dr Sherilyn k. Allen)suggests that, removal of the cherry eye in the neapolitan mastiff, is unlikely to cause dry eyes and Tucking the gland in this breed, will inevitably lead to it returning....and as a former breeder myself of this breed, I agree 100% with my own personal experiences.
-Joelmills 14:40, 28 May 2007 (UTC)
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An image used in the article, specifically Image:Bulldog with cherry eye.jpg, has a little bit of a licensing issue. The image was uploaded back when the rules around image uploading were less restrictive. It is presumed that the uploader was willing to license the picture under the GFDL license but was not clear in that regard. As such, the image, while not at risk of deletion, is likely not clearly licensed to allow for free use in any future use of this article. If anyone has an image that can replace this, or can go take one and upload it, it would be best.