1. Our Eye Care For Animals Goes Well Beyond Dogs

      Here at the Animal Eye Center, we see a lot of dogs. Next blog we’ll talk about why so much of our animal eye care focuses on dogs...but even though we treat a lot of cataracts and pannus in dogs, they're far from the only creature we're seeing on a daily basis. We love treating both large and small animals, so here are a few of the other animals we’re seeing and the problems most often…Read More

  2. It is Critical That You Perform Routine Health Checks on Your Pet’s Eyes to Better Discover a Developing Problem or Eye Disease

    That are several considerations that pet owners must be aware of, but the one that owners seem to commonly miss is in eye care. Animals are vulnerable to any number of problems with their eyes, even something as uncomplicated as getting plant material in your pet's eye can cause a host of difficulties. It is important that as a pet owner, you learn the fundamentals of caring for your pet's eyes. A…Read More

  3. Cataracts in Dogs

    There are many reasons to make an appointment with your Northern Colorado canine ophthalmologist. For example, if your dog suffers from cataracts. A cataract is an irregularity of your dog's lens in which opacity, a cloudy development, inhibits light from reaching the retina. You dog may suffer a cataract in one eye or have cataracts in both eyes. This is a serious condition that can cause your …Read More

  4. In Case of Eye Injury

    Even the most minor of eye injuries in your pet can develop into an infected wound and even possible loss of the eye. An eye injury is something you never want to take to chance. Pursue immediate treatment, even if the eye injury seems minor. There are signs that you can watch for if your pet has suffered an eye injury or is possibly suffering from an eye condition. If you notice your pet is blin…Read More