Eye Problems In Dogs, Explained in ThePetCenter.com


Eye Problems In Dogs, Explained in ThePetCenter.com


EYE PROBLEMS IN DOGS… DON’T BE FOOLED
by T. J. Dunn, Jr. DVM
This article appeared in Dog World Magazine

Almost daily every animal hospital receives a call about canine eye problems; and the diversity of concern expressed by the dog’s caretaker runs a wide spectrum. There are times when veterinarians will check a frantic and anxious client’s dog only to discover an insignificant soreness in the dog’s supporting tissues around the eye (called conjunctiva). The very next “eye case” may be an advanced corneal ulcer that has allowed internal contents of the eye to actually protrude through the corneal surface! And that client might calmly state, “It’s been like that for two weeks but we though it would clear up”.

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