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Q. My chihuahua cross has bluey/grey cloudy eyes the left one went like that first then the right one. This happened within 3-4days

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A. This could be either a condition called corneal edema (fluid build-up on the eye) or a more involved condition called corneal uveitis (low pressure in the eye caused by a number of different things that would have to be tested for).
Either of these conditions should be seen by a vet asap to help differentiate which is present, sometimes both, and to start treatment (medical) as soon as possible to help prevent further damage of the eye. There is no home treatment for this and this condition will not go away on its own unfortunately.

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