Articles with eye diseases

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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Sight Loss in a Dog: My Dog Can’t See, But She Isn’t Blind … To Our Love—Cleo’s Story

Sight Loss in a Dog: My Dog Can’t See, But She Isn’t Blind … To Our Love—Cleo’s Story

Most diabetic dogs develop cataracts and go blind. Normally, the lens of the eye absorbs glucose it need from fluids in the eye. Excess glucose in the fluid is converted to other forms. With too much sugar present, these converted forms draw water into the lens, disrupting clarity. Eventually the lens become opaque. More information: Cataracts in Diabetic Dogs Thank…

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