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    Glad we could help!
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    Is Darby's just thicker because he is younger and as he grows the third eyelid will thin out as in both Chester and Katrina's picture.

    Dudley does not have this at all. ?????
    Just curious, also did you notice when they were younger they tended to
    squint a little. ????
    Kind of looks like sometimes he is falling asleep.

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    Linda, normally you cannot see a third eye lid unless you tease the eye about to see it.

    It comes across the eye to protect it after an injury or if irritated by something. It'a a natural protective machanism.

    As long as there is no discharge, especially coloured or smelly which usually means infection, and he is not bothered by it then just keep a casual watch on it for a few days.

    The pictures look like 3rd eye lids.

    Alison, Wilts, U.k.

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    I can see it on Ozzy sometimes......

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    Linda, normally you cannot see a third eye lid unless you tease the eye about to see it.

    It comes across the eye to protect it after an injury or if irritated by something. It'a a natural protective machanism.

    As long as there is no discharge, especially coloured or smelly which usually means infection, and he is not bothered by it then just keep a casual watch on it for a few days.

    The pictures look like 3rd eye lids.
    Allison

    I cannot see it unless I tease the eyelid up, he has no discharge at all from the eye. I really was just concerned something was wrong, and I feel much better knowing what I learned from this post.

    Thanks Everybody.

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