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If your dog is getting ready to have cataract surgery, it is important to know what to expect going into surgery as well as what to expect once your pup comes out of surgery. Here are some helpful tips on what to expect and the type of care your dog will require during the long recovery process.
The only known treatment for cataracts is surgery, and the earlier you catch the problem, the better. Learn more here.
A variety of factors from genetics to nutrition to age can affect your dog's likelihood of contracting cataracts. Learn the causes of this condition.
While the early stages of cataracts show very few symptoms, early intervention is necessary for good eye health. Learn more here.
Cataracts are a dangerous eye disease that can lead to vision loss or impairment if left untreated. Learn more about how this condition can affect your dog.
Cataracts are the most common vision issue that dogs face. Here's what you need to know about this eye disease.
Distichiasis is a condition when an eyelash grows in an odd area of a dog or cat's eyelid causing serious problems such as redness and irritation. Learn more about this abnormality and what possible treatment options are available here.
The Dachshund, a small intelligent dog originally bred to burrow out small animals, is now a much beloved breed. Learn more about the Dachshund's particular health needs here.
Glaucoma is an eye disease that can cause blindness in dogs and cats. Learn its symptoms and how to treat it here.
Blindness is something that can happen to dogs as they age, but some dogs are born without sight. If your dog will have to manage with impaired eyesight, here are some tips for helping them get around.
Glaucoma is a serious eye disease that can result in blindness sooner than you may think. Here are five facts you need to know about it.
Glaucoma may be difficult to identify in it's early stages.
Learn how to recognize the symptoms here.
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