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First, for such technical questions you may want to ask in the Photoshop and/or Lightroom forums
- Here is the list of all Adobe forums... https://forums.adobe.com/welcome
Second, to find out if the program(s) will do what you want, you may want to try the 7 day free trials
Moving this discussion to the Lightroom Classic CC — The desktop-focused app forum.
The red-eye tool is unlikely to help for pet-eye. This Photoshop: Red Eye Fix for Difficult Cases in People and Pets looks like a good tutorial for fixing pet-eye in Photoshop. It appears you could use the same basic instructions to do it in Lightroom. It's not nearly as much of a snap as the red-eye tool, but after a few times it should get to be second nature.
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Red Eye tool is also a Pet Eye tool in Lightroom Classic.-
Quoted from the Help Reference: https://helpx.adobe.com/pdf/lightroom_reference.pdf
Cure red eye and pet eye effects
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Using the Red Eye Correction tool in Adobe Lightroom Classic CC is a quick and easy way to correct red eye in your
photos. Working in much the same way as red eye correction, pet eye correction in Lightroom Classic CC helps you cure unnatural pet eye colors captured in photos.
I will definitely check this out.