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Dr. Kelley Corcoran, DVM
Diplomate American College
of Veterinary Ophthalmology
Office:
Fax:
703/246.0009
703/246.0067

4103 Rust Road - Fairfax, VA 22030

Epiphora (excessive tearing)

Epiphora results in persistent wetness and often staining of the area below the eyes.  This is not only unsightly but may become irritating to your pet, since it creates an excellent bed for bacterial growth.

Causes include allergies, infections, foreign matter, abnormally located eyelashes and adjacent facial hair that rub against the eyeball, defects or diseases of the tear drainage system, birth defects of the eye.

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