Articles with eye diseases

Eye Injuries in Dogs: Buzz’s Story of a Sore, Red Eye

Eye Injuries in Dogs: Buzz’s Story of a Sore, Red Eye

Canine eyes are incredibly vulnerable, and even the smallest injury can lead to serious trouble. When your dog injures their eye, it is always a reason for concern and reason to consult with a veterinarian. Causes of eye injuries in dogs include scratches, blunt force, foreign bodies, abnormally growing eyelashes, or abnormal eyelids. Jasmine had to have her renegade eyelash…

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Dry Eye in a Dog: Keratoconjunctivitis Sicca (KCS)—Archie’s Story

Dry Eye in a Dog: Keratoconjunctivitis Sicca (KCS)—Archie’s Story

Brachycephalic dog breeds, to which Cavalier King Charles Spaniels belong, are highly susceptible to eye issues, including dry eye. A healthy eye is continually bathed in tear liquid. That nourishes and protects the eye from debris, irritants, and infections. The big, adorable eyes of Cavalier King Charles Spaniels are naturally susceptible to dry eye simply because of their size. Often,…

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Cloudy Eyes in Dogs: Georgia’s Eyes Turn White

Cloudy Eyes in Dogs: Georgia’s Eyes Turn White

The common conditions that can cause cloudy eyes in dogs are uveitis, cataracts, glaucoma, and nuclear sclerosis. Nuclear sclerosis is the only benign one from the bunch. I bet you never heard of lipid aqueous before, though. This weird condition too causes clouded, milky appearance to the eyes. That day, Georgia’s mom came home from work to find Georgia squinting…

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