Following a comprehensive eye exam and a consultation at Animal Vision Center of Virginia, it was determined that Brady was a good candidate for cataract surgery. Since his surgery in November, Brady has made a full recovery.
Corneal endothelial degeneration (CED) is an age-related process by which the single layer of cells on the inside of the cornea (endothelial cells) prematurely decline in number and function. These cells contain tiny “pumps” that normally regulate the amount of fluid within the cornea throughout life and help to ensure the cornea remains transparent and […] Read more
Have you noticed tearing under your dog’s eyes, or do you see staining under or around her eyes as a result? Tearing is caused by an overflow of tears onto the face that is often due to the way the eyelids are shaped. While each case should be evaluated to get to the root of […] Read more
Do your pet’s eyes appear cloudy? Is she misjudging distances or bumping into objects? These are common signs of cataracts, and it may be time to have your loved one’s eyes checked. Examinations are quick and easy, with special attention to make your pet as comfortable as possible.