I have a 14 year old Wheaten Terrier named Cosmo. This passed winter he developed cysts on his eyelids. Our Veterinarian treated them with medication but it didn't help. Cosmo was crying and not sleeping very well because the cornea was scratched. We took him back and it was recommended after a blood test that he was well enough for the cysts to be surgically removed. He came through the surgery and we brought him home with some eye drops and gel - no pain medication. He was uncomfortable that night whimpering and my heart was breaking for him. After a week or so his eye was still red, but it looked a little better until one night Cosmo woke me to go out to relieve himself and that's where the diarrhea began along with vomiting. He stopped eating and drinking and we brought him back to the Veterinarian. They hospitalized Cosmo for a couple of days and we then took him home. He appeared to be better until he started vomiting again. Not too bad - he brought up his dinner but still seemed okay. A couple of days later he ate a part of my rug and vomited. A few days after that the diarrhea and vomiting started all over again and once more he became dehydrated and had to be hospitalized for another three days. Is this the beginning of the end for my dog? My Vet says after all the tests that were performed on him that everything is normal with no real diagnosis. We switched his food to the Royal Canin wet which he likes but he doesn't seem to be drinking any water and just lays around all day. When I take him out for walks he stumbles and falls. I am heartbroken and feel if he didn't have the cysts on his eyelids his quality of life would have been better. I am so fearful of another episode of dehydration. Thank you for taking the time to read my post.