Clear or watery discharge: Normal discharge that is transparent and not cause for immediate concern.
Mucoid or stringy discharge: Thicker and stickier discharge that may indicate an underlying infection, allergies, or eye irritation.
Yellow or green discharge: Can be a sign of bacterial or fungal infection and may require veterinary attention.
Thick, pus-like discharge: Indicates a more severe infection or injury and should be evaluated by a veterinarian promptly.
Red or blood-tinged discharge: May indicate injury, trauma, or a serious underlying condition and should be examined by a veterinarian as soon as possible.