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Pet Eye Care


Eye care is important for your pets. Injury to the eye can become very serious and all eye problems should be considered as potential emergencies. Please call our clinic immediately if you notice redness, squinting, swelling, or discharge. Your pet's vision is very important to them. We perform complete ophthalmic (eye) exams and assess for vision abnormalities.

We offer traditional diagnostics including corneal staining, which is used to diagnose corneal ulcers and the Schirmer tear test used to diagnose dry eye. We are also proud to offer advanced technology for diagnosing diseases or injuries of the eye including a Panophthalmoscope which improves our ability to visualize the back of the eye and a Tonovet which measures eye pressures and helps diagnose glaucoma.