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Any condition that blocks light from getting to the retina impairs a dog's vision. Corneal diseases and cataracts fall into this category. Glaucoma, uveiti...

Burns of the Eyes

Chemical injuries to the conjunctiva and cornea can occur when acids, alkali, soaps, shampoos, or topical insecticides are splashed into the eyes. Toxic fu...


A cataract is a loss of normal transparency of the lens. Any opaque spot on the lens, regardless of its size, is technically a cataract. The lens is a norm...

Central Progressive Retinal Atrophy

Central progressive retinal atrophy (CPRA) is a degenerative retinal disease that affects both eyes. It is less common than PRA and occurs in older dogs. C...


Sudden swelling of the eyelids is an allergic reaction. This is not a serious problem. It is of short duration and improves when the allergen is removed....

Cherry Eye

There is a tear gland wrapped around the cartilage of the third eyelid that is a major source of tears for the eye. In a dog with cherry eye, the fibrous a...

Cloudy Eye

Keratitis is inflammation of the cornea in which the cornea becomes cloudy, resulting in loss loss of eye transparency....

Collie Eye Anomaly Syndrome

This disease was originally described in Collies, but also affects Shetland Sheepdogs, Australian Shepherds, Border Collies, and some other breeds. The dis...

Congenital Stationary Night Blindness

This is a degenerative disease of the retina seen in Briards and also in people. This inherited eye disorder principally affects the rod photoreceptors in ...

Corneal Abrasion

The cornea is covered by a protective surface layer of epithelial cells. Any irritation, such as a scratch or foreign body, damages this surface layer. ...