To give your loved ones a better life
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“Board certified”, indicates that a veterinarian has advanced education and training in a specific discipline of veterinary medicine and surgery. In the case of veterinary ophthalmology, this indicates that an individual is certified to meet the high standards of the ACVO (American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists) and has been granted diplomat status in the organization.
ACVO diplomats are trained to accurately diagnose and treat eye diseases in dogs and other animals, screen animals for genetic eye diseases, offer breeding advice regarding actual or presumed genetic eye disorders, and offer micro-surgical options for the treatment of certain conditions.
Can my dog see in color?
Our doctor will perform a complete eye examination on your pet with the assistance of our nurses. This includes examining the eye with a head set, hand lens, panophthalmoscope and slit lamp to aid in magnification of different parts of the eye.
The purpose of the OFA Companion Animal Eye Registry (CAER) is to provide breeders with information regarding canine eye diseases so that they may make informed breeding decisions in an effort to produce healthier dogs.
All of our offered surgeries can be performed here at the Animal Eye Center in Loveland, CO. Some of these surgeries are also available at our travel locations. Learn more about any of the surgeries we offer and current availability.