They started off with inserting a little strip underneath each eyeball to measure tear production. That test was normal. I was surprised Perri tolerated that as well as she did.
After that, a series of drops were put in Perri's eyes, I think there were about three different kinds of drops put in. We waited about 10 minutes and the opthamologist herself came into the room to discuss what has been going on with Perri, and to perform the testing.
I feel pretty great moving forward that we aren't looking at any major issues! Perri also did really really well in the waiting room. She barked at one large dog that was walking towards her but quickly refocused on me, of her own choosing. And I had very good treats to reward her. She did a lot of "look at that" and made great choices. The last time we were in awaiting room since Perri was bitten in the woods was at our chiropractor's office, and Perri was a mess in the waiting room. So Thursday's behavior was very encouraging.