Pet Eye Care

Animal Eye Care: Another Home for Your Pet

Like humans, pets also suffer from numerous illnesses related to the eyes. These include , glaucoma, dry eye, corneal ulceration, eye tumours, eyelid defects, inflammation, retinal degeneration, and many more. We aim to make an accurate assessment ,and put our best foot forward to retain or restore the condition of your beloved pet.

Signs You Need to See a Vet

Early intervention is the key to saving your pet’s eyes if a problem develops. If you detect any of the following symptoms,

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take your pet to a veterinarian right away:

  • Redness
  • Teary eye
  • Cloudiness
  • Crusty discharge
  • Scratching at the eye
  • A distended third eyelid
  • Squinting or holding the eyelid shut
  • Vision loss (bumping into things, not focusing)

One of the most common issues our vets deal with is ‘eye discharge’ in pets. There are various types of eye discharge issues, each with its own set of conditions. Many times, identifying some of those symptoms is very difficult for pet parents, and therefore, require an appropriate veterinary observation to determine the correct treatment.

DCC Animal Hospital: Your Solution for Pet Eye Care

Bring your pooch to us, and we will handle the rest. It is important to keep in mind that some eye illnesses can result in complete blindness or loss of an eye if not treated. So being a pet parent, you need to take proactive measures for your pet’s health and contact us immediately.

Some of the Common Eye Issues We Treat at DCC Animal Hospital

  • Conjunctivitis – Conjunctivitis is a common ailment in pets, and it usually affects only one eye. The tissue that coats the eye becomes inflamed, causing redness.
  • Epiphora (excessive tearing) – Epiphora is more commonly known as watery eyes. It is a symptom in which your pet’s eyes fill with tears. Some breeds’ eyes run more than others. Excessive tearing is an indication of an eye illness or disease. Epiphora occurs when there is insufficient drainage of tears from the eye.
  • Dry Eye – When the eyes don’t produce enough tear film, it causes dry eyes. The cornea gets dry and irritated without tears which are important to keep it wet and free of debris or infectious germs. This inflammation is extremely painful and causes the eyes to appear red.
  • Cherry Eye– A third eyelid is present in dogs, but it’s generally hidden. A genetic disease in some dogs weakens the ligaments that hold this eyelid in place, causing it to inflame. It occurs in the inner corner of the eye.
  • Corneal Ulceration– An injury caused by rubbing the eye or a scratch from a sharp object is frequently the source of these ulcers. A thin membrane in front of the eye gets damaged during scratching or rubbing, resulting in corneal ulcers.
  • Glaucoma– Glaucoma is an eye issue in which the pressure within the eye, called the intraocular pressure (IOP) increases. Glaucoma is a serious issue and can cause blindness if not treated promptly. Inadequate drainage of the fluid within the eyes can be a reason behind this issue in pets.

Before recommending surgery, our veterinarians perform a thorough eye examination on your pet. This helps our vets figure out the criticalness of the issue and decide the treatment course.


Some Of The Common Questions

What are the common symptoms of eye problems in pets?

Your pet might have contracted an infection or has injured himself if his eyes are pale, cloudy, red, bleeding, crusty, watery, shrunken, inflamed, immobile, squinted, pigmented or have any growths

Why is it important to clean their eyes regularly?

We suggest you to clean their eyes everyday especially when they have been outdoors. Remove dirt and discharge gently using cotton balls. If your pet has hair around his eyes, trim it to keep their vision clear.

What kind of diet is good for my pet's vision?

A balanced and nutritious diet significantly contributes towards better vision. Adding well-cooked eggs and fish or raw/pureed fruits and vegetables such as blueberries, carrots, kale, broccoli to your pet’s food diet can help maintain good eye health.

What do I expect at my pet's eye appointment?

The veterinarian will ask questions about your pet's eye history such as any previous diagnosis, treatment or medication. The veterinarian will then perform basic ophthalmic test diagnose the problem for proper medication and treatment.

Why should we visit clinic for pet eye checkups?

Our pets love being outdoors but that also exposes them to more germs. It becomes difficult to understand the symptoms of eye-related diseases. Our veterinarians are an expert and will give them proper treatment at the right time.

What shall I do when my dog has some eye related issue?

If your dog is showing any symptoms of an eye issue, we advise you to kindly visit an animal hospital before it is too late.

What kind of eye problems are found in pets?

Few common eye problems for dogs are Corneal damage, pink eye, dry eye, eyelid mass, cataract, glaucoma, cherry eye and entropion.

Why is it important to home examine my pet's eye?

If you examine your dog's eye regularly at home then you will catch the problem at an early stage. Some breeds of dogs and cats are more likely to catch infections.

We are here for your pet's needs

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