Expert Eye Care for Pets
Eye care is an important part of the overall health of your pet. At every exam our veterinarians closely examine your pet’s eyes to make sure they are healthy and functioning properly.
There are a variety of symptoms of a possible eye condition or disease in your pet, including:
- Watery eyes
- Excessive blinking
- Pawing at the eyes or face
More subtle indicators of a problem include weight loss and dehydration, causing the eye to appear sunken. On the other hand, tumors, abscesses, or glaucoma may cause bulging of or around the eye.
Common Eye Problems We Treat
- Corneal ulcerations
- Dry eye
- Viral and bacterial infections
- Eyelid abnormalities
- Foreign objects
Eye Surgeries We Perform
- Eyelid mass removal
- Entropion repair
- Conjuctivital flap
- Parotid duct transposition
When to Call the Vet
If your pet is showing signs of pain in or around the eyes, please contact us right away. Your pet’s vision is a serious health issue and should be addressed at the first sign of a problem. For a comprehensive list of symptoms, we recommend you visit Symptoms of Eye Problems in Dogs.
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