Cataract Dog Symptoms and Care

Cataract is a common eye problem affecting dogs and once the symptoms are noticed the cataract dog should be treated with special care. Cataract affects all breeds of dogs and cataract dog problems is found in all sizes and ages of dogs. There are three types of cataract that affect a cataract dog. The three types affecting a cataract dog are incipient or the early stages of cataract immature or cataract that has not yet become a serious problem and mature which is advanced and the cataract dog with this type of cataract will need immediate surgery. Many veterinarians feel that the three types of cataract that affect the cataract dog are not three distinct types of cataract but three stages of cataract affecting the cataract dog. Symptoms of cataract in a cataract dog should be treated immediately. Cataract is noticed suddenly in the cataract dog and there is no preventive vaccine to prevent the onset of cataract in the dog. A cataract dog loses its normal function and this can be particularly distressing when the dog is used as a guide dog guard dog or police dog.

Symptoms of cataract in a cataract dog include change in the color of the eyes of the dog the dog bumps into things and cannot see clearly the cataract dog starts squinting the dog is scared to do anything new and there is a reddening around the eyes of the dog. The cataract dog should be taken to the vet at the first sign of symptoms. Cataract is a degenerative disease and the progression of the disease in a cataract dog is quick. To minimize the effects of cataract in a cataract dog the dog should be taken for regular eye examinations to a veterinarian. Eye medications should be given correctly as prescribed by the veterinarian to the cataract dog. The cataract dog should be fed with vitamin and mineral supplements like zinc vitamin C and vitamin E. Hygiene and grooming of the cataract dog is very important. Every effort should be made by owners to help the dog because cataract is the most common and fast acting eye disease affecting dogs.

My favorite pet veterinarian

I know that when it comes to my pet veterinarian services are very important. I need a high quality of service for a reasonable price. I’m willing to pay what I have to, and I think that my current pet veterinarian is a great choice for me.

She is kind, conservative, and forthcoming with information. She has been a pet veterinarian for many years. I have brought her three dogs and two cats over the years for various services.

When I brought my cat Chairman Meow for a checkup at the pet veterinarian, she was kind and thorough, and fit me right into her schedule at short notice!

When I had to take in my other cat, Snorkel, for some good pet veterinarian services, she performed his operation, and sewed him up cleanly and quickly. He was back playing in the dishwater in no time!

My dog Castorfield, a purebred Dalmatian, broke his two back legs when he fell from the back of a moving truck, and my pet veterinarian appointed him with a strap on wheel seat for his hindquarters so he could get around the first floor of the house while his legs healed! If he had the ability to speak, he would have thanked that wonderful pet veterinarian.

The other two dogs, twin Pekingese and Greyhound mixes named Flipster and Flopster went to the pet veterinarian for their neutering. They were not very happy, but she got the job done in a timely manner, and I don’t think they even remember what it was like before their operation any more.

Although I never like to have to take a trip to the pet veterinarian, it’s good knowing that I have a good pet veterinarian that I can always count on to make sure my wonderful little lovelies stay happy and healthy.