Client handout: 5 dangers to pets eyes

June 3, 2019
B. Keith Collins, DVM, MS, DACVO

Educate veterinary clients on what signs to watch for and some dangers to avoid as they try to prevent or get in to see you faster for possible ulcers, conjunctivitis, glaucoma and more in pets.

Domestic pets and large animals suffer many of the same eye conditions (or diseases) as people, of course: ulcers, conjunctivitis, glaucoma. And, of course, most of these eye conditions develop spontaneously. But some of those conditions can be prevented when owners know what to look for.

Click here or on the image below for a client handout on how veterinary clients can help protect their pets from some common dangers.

Dr. Collins is a board-certified veterinary ophthalmologist at Eye Care for Animals in Pewaukee, Wisconsin.