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Canine Uveitis

The part of the eye responsible for supplying blood is the uvea. Uveitis in dogs is a condition that occurs when either the front or back of the uvea becomes inflamed. This will cause a buildup of proteins and the eye will start becoming cloudy. Canine uveitis has many different causes. Trauma directly to the eye is one of the

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Canine Glaucoma

Glaucoma is a condition that occurs when there is increased pressure inside the eye. This results whenever fluid inside the eye can’t drain like it’s supposed to. Irreversible blindness will result if canine glaucoma isn’t treated. Glaucoma in dogs can sometimes be inherited. There are certain breeds that have an increased risk. Some of them include Shih Tzus, Siberian Huskies,

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