First Disclaimer Yes a Vet and a Specialist has already been seen, I'm not just looking for random E-Diagnosis/treatments. And I'm not just taking any advice at face value, everything being looked at with a sceptical eye (and medical consultation if needed). Second Disclaimer This isn't a sympathy or feel bad thread. I'm just trying to branch out and get as many options as possible (reasons detailed below). Third Disclaimer I tend to avoid this section like the plague, but with a situation like this I'm just going to swallow that reluctance. --- So! The Problem. Well to start with it's been known by us for a long time that our Dog was blind (technically speaking, 14% vision in one eye, 0% in the other). But for the last several years the Vet's kept saying it was Cataracts, and giving a eye drops to try to address, and more recently proposed the slight possibility of eye surgery to remove it. Fast forward to earlier this week when he get's to a Specialist Appointment. Turns out he was developing a case of Glaucoma (on top of the Cataracts) for those several years, and now what was originally a "get a chance to restore his vision" turned into "fight to avoid his eye needing to be fucking removed". And now we have four different medications going on at once to try to address this. Details in the spoilers for those who care/find it relevant. Details (Move your mouse to reveal the content) Details (open) Details (close) 1. Ketorolac 0.5% ophthalmic solution 1 drop to be applied to each eye twice a day. 2. Xalatan ophth 1 drop to be applied to ONLY the eye with the Glaucoma twice a day (messing up risks damaging the other eye). 3. Dorzolamide 2% / Timolo 0.5% Ophth Soln 1 drop to be applied to each eye three times a day. 4. Tramadol HCI 20mg Tablets 1 Tablet to be applied every 8-12 hours. Side note: Note he is a Cockapoo (Cocker Spaniel/Poodle mix), so not a big dog. So, why am I sharing this? Basically I'm wondering if anyone here has been in similar situations before, was there anyone different they saw which helped? Is there any insight that can be provided from experience with the matter? Is there something as simple as getting certain vitamins that could give some tiny way of help? Or even something as simple as pill techniques. Cause right now everything we've tried has failed in that regard, he refuses to eat it. Though I was very recently advised to use wet foods, which I'm going to try once this post is up. Is this likely stupid of me to be posting? Yes. Am I likely to get everyone saying they don't know, or giving bogus, pseudo advice? Probably. Is there any harm in at least gathering a little bit of extra information though? No. So any help that can be provided would be appreciated.