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Dog Eyes & Cat Eyes, Problems, Eye Care, Eye Maintenance

Pets see movement so well, they may see television as flickering images rather than the continuous image we see. They also see more shades of gray than we do and have a much wider field of view. But pets are not immune from eye problems and dogs are at risk for glaucoma, dry eye, and red eye. Remember that sudden changes in your pet’s eyes need immediate medical attention.

Vision in animals: what do your pets see?
Eye Problems In Dogs: Instilling Eye Medications
Eye Problems In Cats: Instilling Eye Medications
Eye vocabulary chart

Glaucoma, what it is and how to treat it
Red eye due to corneal irritation or corneal ulcer
Dry eye in dogs (KCS)
Ocular emergencies

List of eye medications and supplements

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  Dog & Cat Eye Facts:

  • Good nutrition improves eyesight.
  • Visual problems are inherited.
  • Pets see yellows and blues, but not reds. They are dichromatic whereas humans are trichromatic and see 3 colors: red, blue and yellow.
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