My dog started out with one red eye which she was unable to open and it became very swollen. The Next day her other eye began to get red and swollen and she keeps scratching them. She has difficulty breathing and no energy. I am unable to take her to the vet at this moment, and it is also very expensive here.
I'm a bit confused with your doubt, since the symptoms you selected are diarrhea, breathes with difficulty and accelerated breathing, and in your question you are speaking about red eyes. However, I'll answer your doubt about red eyes, and if the other symptoms are correct, please make another query. Thanks!
Like us, our pets can also get bleary eyes; therefore, daily cleaning with a suitable product, such as saline or artificial tears, and a sterile gauze every 6/8 hours, if possible, is recommended.
Red eyes, especially if with discharge (whitish or greenish), can be an infectious process such as conjunctivitis; so, in addition to the usual ocular cleansing, your pet would need a specific antibiotic treatment (with a veterinary prescription).
In this case, we recommend that you go to the veterinarian to identify the nature of the infection and start the appropriate treatment. You can always reach an agreement with veterinary clinic and avoid that the health of your pet get affected by it. Do not let more time pass, your pet's health comes first.
Keep in mind that eyes are very delicate, if they are not treated in time and properly they can end up with irreversible injuries.