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Cherry Eye in Dogs

Learn about cherry eye in dogs and how it's treated.

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Common Eye Conditions in Dogs

Read about the common eye conditions in dogs, so you know when to take action to help save your dog's vision.

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KCS: Dry Eye Syndrome in Dogs

Learn about the symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of KCS, or dry eye syndrome in dogs.

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Anterior Uveitis in Dogs

Anterior uveitis in dogs is an eye problem that can cause pain. Learn more about anterior uveitis in dogs here.

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Glaucoma in Dogs

Glaucoma in dogs is painful. Learn the signs, diagnosis, and treatment of canine glaucoma.

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Progressive Retinal Atrophy: PRA in Dogs

Learn about the cause, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of PRA, or progressive retinal atrophy, in dogs.

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Horner's Syndrome in Dogs

Find out the symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of Horner's syndrome in dogs.

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Entropion in Dogs

Entropion in dogs is usually an inherited condition. Learn more about the symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of entropion in dogs.

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Corneal Ulcers in Dogs

Learn more about the symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of canine eye ulcers.

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Conjunctivitis in Dogs

Conjunctivitis in dogs can be caused by many things, and it can cause redness of the eye. Learn more about pink eye in dogs.

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Cataracts in Dogs

Learn the symptoms, causes, diagnosis, and treatment of cataracts in dogs.

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Are Dogs Color Blind

It was widely believed that dogs mostly saw in shades of gray. But are dogs color-blind? Find out how dogs see color.

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