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Are Unstraight eyes normal in an amstaff.

I have an amstaff that is less than a year old and I sometimes look at him and feel like his eyes aren't straight. It started after a pretty dog fight where I swear they were going in opposite direction. I live in a small city and my local vet doesn't have the equipment to examine eyes. Maybe this look is normal though. I try to get a picture but I like he can focus them if he wants too so its hard to get a picture without him looking at me. The other day my friend even asked if his eye were ok because the area to the right corner of the eye was red. I have him on eye drops.


Chi Super Dog
If you are that concerned, find a vet that does have the equipment to find out if anything is wrong