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Dog Cataracts

…them as well. If owners see a change from the normal brown or blue eye color of their dogs to a whiter color, that can be one symptom. Others include a certain clumsiness or stumbling over their dog toys which the dog should normally have seen. Bumping into furniture, walls, and doors can be clear symptoms, especially if this occurs suddenly (although in other cases, the sight problems may develop gradually). Some dogs with cataracts will have a…

Cat Cataracts

…Just as in the case of a human eye, a cataract can be removed from a cats eye or a dog’s to help them be better able to see. The surgery is not lengthy and in many cases is not overly costly. It will help your pet to be better able to see the world around them. Cataracts are not common in animals and are usually the result of an infection or a trauma to the eye but in many cases they can be removed and sight restored to your pet.Suggested…

Canine Distemper Virus

…second after about one and a half weeks of infection. The second bout of fever takes a longer time to recede and the virus remains in an active state for at least 7 days. Severe cases of CDV may lead to the loss of eye sight, paralysis and even death.Pathology CDV has a propensity to direct its infection towards the epithelial, lymphoid, and nervous tissues. At the start of the infection, the CDV will begin by replicating itself in the lymphatic…

Dog VKH Syndrome

…dogs.Treatment Treatment of UDS can focus on the eye disease. Oral and topical treatment includes corticosteroids and prednisone to suppress inflammation. Controlling eye pain is also a focus. Continued treatment may involve steroid-containing eye drops or steroid injection. Preventing blindness may call for immune suppression and azathioprine. A detached retina can reattach and offer some sight restoration. Canines may suffer recurrent attacks…

Cat Deafness

…closer relationship because of this.Congenital Deafness Congenital deafness is most common in white cats with blue eyes, however not all cats with blue eyes are deaf. Nor are all white cats with blue eyes, some are lucky and others unfortunate. Long haired cats with blue eyes tend to be more unlucky than short haired cats with blue eyes, such as cats; there is no reason behind it but a simple act of nature.Causes of Deafness Hearing loss can be…

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