• Please to read the following link: There are only two options, remove the gland or replace the gland via surgery.
  • Cherry eye can sometimes be corrected if you are able to safely (and cleanly!) push the membrane back into place and hold it there if it has JUST happened. More often than not, surgery is the result. However, some dogs live with Cherry eye for their lifetime and are never affected by it. Often times, it's the owners that don't like the "look" of it, and the dog is really unaffected.
  • i would just ask your vet about the home remedy

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