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OPHTHALMOLOGY RESOURCES

Golden Retriever Uveitis

Golden Retriever Uveitis

Golden Retriever Uveitis Golden Retrievers are at risk for a breed-related intraocular inflammation called Golden Retriever Pigmentary Uveitis. This is a chronic, insidious inflammatory condition where the prognosis is much better if it is identified early in the...

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Hidden Hazards: Protecting Your Pets from Everyday Toxins

Hidden Hazards: Protecting Your Pets from Everyday Toxins

Hidden Hazards: Protecting Your Pets from Everyday Toxins As pet parents, we vigilantly protect our furry friends from harm, but despite our best efforts, common household items can pose serious health risks to our beloved animals. Pets are naturally curious...

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Commonly Treated Conditions

Commonly Treated Conditions

Medical and surgical management of vision impairing cataracts Medical and surgical management of corneal ulcers Dry eye therapy We offer advanced imaging such as ocular/eye ultrasound, ultrasound biomicroscopy, and electroretinography (ERG) Medical management of...

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Reasons to see a veterinary ophthalmologist

Reasons to see a veterinary ophthalmologist

Your pet’s eye disease is unclear Your pet’s eye condition is not responding to initial therapy You are interested in seeking more information on cataract surgery Your pet has diabetes and you would like to learn about associated eye diseases (cataract and dry eye)...

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How to tell if your pet’s eye problem is urgent

How to tell if your pet’s eye problem is urgent

Your pet’s primary care veterinarian recommends urgent referral Your pet is squinting (a sign of irritation or pain) and currently not on eye medication Your pet is squinting and the treatment plan already in place has not led to improvement in the time interval you...

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