Looking after your pet's eyes
Eye problems are often painful and, if left untreated, can result in sight loss. That’s why understanding the symptoms and getting them looked at early is essential. Eye problems can also be a symptom of underlying medical conditions, so the quicker you can see your vet, the better.
Cherry eye in dogs
Discover the symptoms, treatment and causes of cherry eye in dogs. Explore our guide on this eye condition, as well as what you should do when this occurs.
How to give eye medication to dogs
One of the most common ways to treat eye conditions is by using eye drops or ointment. Click here to read more about giving eye medication to dogs.
Cataracts in dogs
Discover the symptoms, treatment and causes of cataracts in dogs. Find out more about this eye condition and your pet's treatment options here.
Conjunctivitis in dogs
Our dogs depend on their eyes just as much as we do – so click here to see the tell-tale signs of conjunctivitis, and consider how it’s treated.
Corneal ulcers in dogs
Discover the symptoms, treatment & causes of corneal ulcers in dogs. Find out more about this eye condition and the treatment options available.
Glaucoma in dogs
Glaucoma occurs when pressure inside the eye increases past normal and can cause pain in your dog. Book an appointment today & find out more with Vets4Pets.