Do Dogs Cry Real Tears?

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Dogs do not cry real tears but they vocalize their hurting in a different way. Tears in the dog's eye may be an indicator of a health or diet problem. Excessive tearing in dogs is known as epiphora.
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I got this off of a website: wondertime.go.com Hope this helps out. Babies are born with basal tearing, meaning their tear ducts deliver just enough wet stuff to keep the eyes moist
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Hey you : ) Your teacher isn't very clued up on acting. There is nothing worse than watching an actor 'trying' to cry. Far better to watch him or her try not to. Read up on stanislavski
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allergies. also to help wash out any dirt or irritations. dogs with long hair tend to have weepy eyes because the hair pokes their eyes. also conditions like entropian cause weepy
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