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Do you ever look into your catdogs eyes and notice something weird Well they might have an eye disease that you had no idea they had Two common diseases that your pet may have or eventually get are Cataracts and Endothelial Cell Dystrophy These diseases are not fatal but can cause some or full blown blindness in your petsThe common disease that is acquired or develops after birth is Cataracts The cause of cataracts is cloudiness in the lenses Getting cataracts at an early age is usually a sign of a medical condition but the normal aging process is clouded lenses2ndchanceinfo The most common type of cataract that your pet can have is Senile Cataracts This means that the matrix of the animals lens no longer reflex light as it used to The type of cataracts that almost always occurs in both eyes is Senile Cataracts Not enough light is going through the retina which causes your animals eyes to look dilated dilating their eyes at home yourself improves their vision in the house 2ndchanceinfo So shining light in your pets eyes once in a while will help the animal see in the house betterAs the animal gets older the lens gets thicker and appears grey This causes owners to mistake this change in eye color for a cataract It does not impair vision other than making focusing on close objects more difficult This normal aging process is called nuclear or lenticular sclerosis However certain breeds of animals are afflicted with hereditary cataracts and some animals do develop cataracts on their own Thus a significant percentage of the population may develop cataracts This is very true in these dogs Miniature schnauzers cocker spaniels poodles Labrador retrievers and golden retrievers which are just a few of the breeds which may be affected eyedvmcomA cataract in animals is treatable but may be very costly The treatment and prevention of
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