Over the Thanksgiving holiday my 5 month old Berner puppy, Kaleva, developed Cherry Eye. Cherry Eye is a prolapse of the third eyelid or where the tear duct moves out of the eye and become visible in the corner of the eye closest to the nose. When the duct moves out of the eye it can easily be damaged. If the duct becomes damaged the eye could have reduced to no tear production. We definitely wanted to avoid that. Kaleva had the surgery to correct it (suture the tear duct back to the bone and reconstruct the third eyelid). Her eye has been very very slow to heal. The bottom lid now looks much droopier than it did before. The vet says to give it a little more time but he may have to go back in and try to correct the problem. Have any of your Berners had a cherry eye? What did you do to treat it and about how long did it take to heal? Did your pet insurance cover the cost of the surgery (ours didn't)? Thanks!