I've posted a few times recently. Our dog only has one eye now. A month ago he started having issues again with his one remaining, he had ointment etc, didn't resolve the matter completely but it was seemingly getting a bit better. A referral to the specialist eye vet was going to get underway. Anyway Thursday night last week we went to bed, his eye was the same as it had been, he woke us up in the early hours and his eye was full of discharge again and totally cloudy and he couldn't see. Got him into his normal vet for an emergency appointment as soon as they opened. They couldn't do anything, said he might be blind. They phoned and referred him as an emergency to the specialist eye vet. They got us in that afternoon, we have no transport so we had to get a taxi there and back. Long story short, the eye vet was very nice, she said he had Lens Luxation with Secondary Glaucoma. She said it was either try and push the lens back in or remove the eye, we said try to save it, she did anyway the lens went back in and the pressure dropped, it should have been 15-20 and his eye pressure on Friday was 98. Anyway she gave us drops to keep the pupil small said put them in 3 times a day, 8 hours spaced out. And it's been an awful weekend, three times we've woken up to his pupil being rather big, bigger than it should be and it was less than 8 hours between drops. And he's been constantly pawing at his eye, pressing it into the bed, the discharge has reduce, we phoned the eye vet on Saturday and told her all that, she said to monitor, she phoned us Sunday said much the same. Anyway he has another appointment at the eye vet this afternoon, the taxi is booked and I'm just hoping that she will tell us why he's either in discomfort or pain. Does anyone have experience with Lens Luxation? She said that it might be possible to go to 2 drops spaced 12 hours apart, but if his pupil is going bigger after only 8 I can't see that happening. I've read that it's possible to remove the lens, has anyone ever done this? We really don't want him to have to be blind for the rest of his life, he's only 4. Any advice would be really appreciated thanks. We're so stressed to the point of it making us ill.