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Our board-certified veterinary ophthalmologists in South Florida share helpful eye care tips and advice to help you keep your pets healthy and happy.

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How do I know if my cat is going blind?

How do I know if my cat is going blind?

Similar to people, many cats suffer from blindness due to disease, injury, trauma, or other causes. Today, our South Florida veterinary ophthalmologists share a few signs of blindness in cats and list the conditions that can cause loss of vision. We also explore treatment options and prevention methods.

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Common Dog Breeds Prone to Cataracts

Common Dog Breeds Prone to Cataracts

While cataracts in dogs are a relatively common occurrence, they do need to be taken care of to prevent eventual blindness. In this post, our South Florida vets list which dog breeds are more prone to cataracts and discuss whether there is a genetic predisposition to this eye condition.

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Lenticular Nuclear Sclerosis in Dogs: Symptoms & Treatment

Lenticular Nuclear Sclerosis in Dogs: Symptoms & Treatment

Nuclear sclerosis is a common age-related change in the lenses of dogs' eyes, causing them to appear cloudy or hazy. While it does not typically affect vision significantly, it can make the eyes appear duller and may cause owners to mistake it for cataracts. Today, our South Florida vets will discuss the diagnosis and management of this condition, as well as how to support dogs with it.

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Probiotics for Cats

Probiotics for Cats

An imbalance of bacteria in your cat's gut can lead to numerous health conditions. In this post, our South Florida vets share some information about feline gut health, how it can be managed, and what the best probiotics are for cats. 

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Herpesvirus Infection in Cats (Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis)

Herpesvirus Infection in Cats (Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis)

The herpesvirus infection can lead to serious health issues for cats, which is why vaccination and hygiene practices are essential to keeping our feline friends healthy. Today, our South Florida vets explain what pet owners should know about the herpesvirus infection in cats.

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Toxoplasmosis in Cats

Toxoplasmosis in Cats

Toxoplasma gondii is a protozoan parasite. Related to the coccidian protozoa, it puts all warm-blooded animals at risk of Toxoplasma gondii infection. In this blog post, our South Florida vets share some facts about Toxoplasma gondii and how toxoplasmosis can affect your cat's eyes. 

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Fruits & Veggies Dogs Can & Can't Eat

Fruits & Veggies Dogs Can & Can't Eat

While fruits and vegetables can be a healthy treat for dogs, not all are safe for your canine companion. In this post, our South Florida vets explain which fruits are okay for your dog to eat.

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How Often Should You Take Your Dog to the Vet?

How Often Should You Take Your Dog to the Vet?

Making sure your canine companion gets the preventive veterinary care they need is an important responsibility. But exactly how often should you take a dog to the vet? Our South Florida vets share some insights on this common topic. 

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How to Tell If Your Cat is Sick: Signs & Symptoms

How to Tell If Your Cat is Sick: Signs & Symptoms

Cats are known for being indomitable animals and often manage to conceal pain or discomfort when they are sick. In this blog post, our South Florida vets share which signs and symptoms you should watch for to tell whether you feline friend might be feeling out of sorts. 

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Vestibular Disease & Nystagmus in Dogs

Vestibular Disease & Nystagmus in Dogs

Nystagmus - flickering or twitching of the eyes - can be caused by vestibular disease in dogs. Pets with this condition need urgent medical attention. Our South Florida vets explain potential causes and treatment options for vestibular disease in this post. 

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