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Otitis Interna in Dogs: Recognizing Triggers, Symptoms, and Medicated Ear Drops for Dogs
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Otitis Interna in Dogs: Recognizing Triggers, Symptoms, and Medicated Ear Drops for Dogs

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Otitis Interna in Dogs: Recognizing Triggers, Symptoms, and Medicated Ear Drops for Dogs By Roy Higgs

Dive into the world of Otitis Interna in dogs โ€“ understand triggers, recognize symptoms, and explore effective solutions. Uncover expert insights for optimal canine ear health and well-being.

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Pannus In Dogs And Cats: What It Is, And What To Do By Meredith Alling

Pannus is an inherited eye condition in which the cornea can become so inflamed that it causes vision problems or even blindness. There is no cure for this progressive condition. However, if diagnosed and treated early, the process can be slowed immensely.

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Positive Retinal Atrophy in Dogs By Roy Higgs

While a healthy dog can live a long life, various disorders can cause it to be shorter. Progressive retinal atrophy is the most typical eye condition in canines (PRA). The retina is harmed by the genetic condition known as PRA.

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Progressive Retinal Atrophy in Dogs and Cats By Sora Wondra

Progressive retinal atrophy is an eye condition found in dogs and cats that eventually leads to complete vision loss. Although this may be difficult for your pet to adjust to, your pet can continue to have a long happy life.

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Retinal Detachment in Dogs: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment By Roy Higgs

A dog's retina can detach from the blood vessels and underlying tissues that support it, which can cause vision loss and, in extreme circumstances, blindness. In this article, we look at how to overcome this condition in our dogs.

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Top 5 Facts About Cat and Dog Ear Infections By Robyn Johnson

Did you know that ear infections are the most common reason for vet visits? Learn to recognize, help prevent, and treat ear infections with these five tips.

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Treating Your Cat's or Dog's Ear Infection By Robyn Johnson

If your pet has been diagnosed with an ear infection, you'll need to start treatment. Learn which kinds of treatment are appropriate for your pet's ear infection here.

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Treating Your Dog's Cataracts By Gina Carey

The only known treatment for cataracts is surgery, and the earlier you catch the problem, the better. Learn more here.

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Treating Your Dog's Dry Eye By Maureen Ryan

How you treat chronic dry eye depends on the severity of the disease. Learn more, so you can get your best friend on the road to feeling better.

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Treatment Options for Deaf Dogs By Maureen Ryan

Certain types of hearing loss in dogs are curable. In instances where itโ€™s not, you can take steps to support your pet and keep your deaf dog safe and healthy.

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Ulcerative Keratitis in Dogs: A Detailed Guide By Roy Higgs

Dogs with ulcerative keratitis experience inflammation and corneal damage in their eyes. Learn more about this eye disease in this article.

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Uveitis in Dogs: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment By Roy Higgs

In dogs, uveitis is a frequent eye condition that, if untreated, can cause extremely impaired vision.

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Vestibular Disorder in Dogs By Meredith Hudson

Dogs, like all mammals, maintain balance with a part of the brain called the vestibular system. Disturbances or injuries to this system can cause nausea and imbalance.

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What Are Symptoms of Eye Infections in Pets? By Kat Sherbo

Knowing what to watch for is the first step in helping your pet get over an eye infection. Read about the symptoms of eye infections, and what they mean.

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What Causes Canine Ocular Onchocerciasis? By Roy Higgs

Canine ocular onchocerciasis, also known as canine onchocerciasis, is a parasitic infection of the eye caused by the Onchocerca volvulus roundworm.

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What Is Cherry Eye In Bulldogs? By Meredith Alling

Dogs have a third gland (eyelid) located in the lower corner of the lower eyelid, that can sometimes pop, become irritated and red. Hence the name cherry eye. Cherry eye doesnโ€™t seem to bother most dogs at first, however, it is vital that it is treated as soon as possible. Learn more about the causes, symptoms and treatment options available for cherry eye here.

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What To Do About Your Cat Or Dogโ€™s Runny Eyes By Meredith Alling

Does your cat or dog have gooey gunk coming from their eyes and tear-stained fur? If this happens every once in a while, itโ€™s probably nothing too serious. However if your petโ€™s tears are continuous or yellowish in color, itโ€™s time to visit the vet. Here weโ€™ll look at what to do about dog and cat runny eyes.

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What to Do About Your Petโ€™s Eye Infection By Kat Sherbo

Dogs and cats can develop eye infections for several different reasons. Read on to learn more about the causes and symptoms of eye infections.

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What To Expect During Canine Cataract Surgery By Ellen Thompson

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.

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When Dogs Get Cataracts By Gina Carey

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.

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