Ron Ofri, DVM, PhD, DECVO

Dr. Ofri is a professor of comparative ophthalmology at the Koret School of Veterinary Medicine at Hebrew University of Jerusalem in Rehovot, Israel.


Diagnosis and treatment of dry eye in dogs

Keratoconjunctivitis sicca is among the more common ocular conditions seen in dogs. Here is a look at what causes dry eye and how to manage it.

Help with challenges in eyelid surgery

Conditions in which the eyelid rubs against the eyeball, as well as drooping eyelids, can only be corrected surgically. Here’s a look at the appropriate procedures for various conditions.

Assessing blindness in pets: first things first

Veterinary ophthalmologist Dr. Ron Ofri shares a few tips to help in diagnosing blindness in your veterinary patients.

An overview of canine glaucoma

A veterinary ophthalmologist outlines the classification, diagnosis and treatment of a leading (and painful) cause of blindness in dogs.