I know what causes glowing (demon's) eyes in dogs and since I always bounce my flash, I never have to contend with the terrible glowing eyes in my dog pictures.
However, I have been tasked with "fixing" many pictures of our American Maltese Association Rescue dogs submitted by foster caregivers all over the USA. Many of these were shot with P&S camera or DSLR cameras using the built-in flash. Virtually all of them suffer from glowing eye syndrome.
I usually erase the picture sent me after I fix them for publication on the dog rescue sebsite www.petfinder.com. I reproduced one as an example here by using my onboard flash...
What is the best way to fix the glowing eyes. My usual remedy is to use the Burn Tool with the circle about the same size as the glow in the eye. It works O.K., but not great. Auto red-eye removal in Photoshop Elements 10 dosen't work at all.
IMAGE LINK: http://rpcrowe.smugmug.com …869467&k=W67VhrK&lb=1&s=A
However, if anyone has a better way I would love to learn about it. I cannot expect the foster guardians to use bounce or OTC flash. It is hard enough to get qualified fosters without micro-managing theit photography.