Something's Wrong with My Dog's Eyes - Emergency Situation
Something is really wrong with my dogs eyes. She won't open them at all, and when she did for a second they are really red and look like they have mucus or a coating of some sort over them. I wanted to upload a photo, but she wouldn't open her eyes long enough for me to take a picture.
My dog, who is a 4 year old female golden retriever, was acting fine a few minutes ago when I took her out to the bathroom. After I had to pull her leash to keep her away from someone walking by, a few minutes later I noticed she almost ran into the wall. Now she refuses to move.
I noticed she was having some issues a few days ago when she wouldn't eat her treats or anything else. She did not go to the bathroom (#2) all day and never touched anything I gave her to eat.
Her eyes were swollen and red, she had no appetite and she threw up 1 time (it was a weird bright yellowish-orange foamy vomit). I watched her and she was fine and back to normal within 24 hours.
I am really worried about her and would have already taken her to the vet, but I am going through a very difficult time right now and am staying in a hotel until I can find a place to live. Any money I have is needed to get a place to stay the night. I will take whats left to help her if I have to.
Please let me know what to do.
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