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Eye Problems in Dogs and Cats

Your pet's eyes are more than the windows to their souls. Their eyes express joy and sadness, and indicate when they want to play, go out for a walk, or cuddle up in your lap. Dog and cat's eyes also reflect their overall health, and are delicate organs that are susceptible to infection and some of the same diseases that humans contrac
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Conjunctivitis in Dogs and Cats

Conjunctivitis is an inflammation of the conjunctiva, the membranes lining the eyelids in cats and dogs. The conjunctiva serves as a protective barrier for the eye by trapping debris and helping to prevent invasion of viruses and bacteria.
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Treating Tear Stains Holistically

Tear stains are a common condition facing many white or light colored dogs and cats. Keeping your pet's eye area clean is the first step to treating tear stains. Supporting your pet from the inside out may help prevent tear stains from forming.
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Feline Herpes Keratitis

Feline Herpes Keratitis is a viral infection that affects the corneal tissue of cats, causing eye pain, discharge and excessive tearing.
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Cataracts in Dogs

As dogs age, many develop cataracts in one or both eyes. A cataract is an opaque spot on the lens of the eye, which makes it difficult for a dog or cat to see through. They often occur in dogs or cats with diabetes, and are found in older pets that have immune disorders, a chronic disease, chronic skin problems, hip dysplasia and ear problems. Cataracts can also occur in young pets as a result of genetics or an injury to the eye.
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