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Features November 2013 Issue

Dealing with Cataracts

You have to make sure the milky look in the eye is really a cataract.

Dealing with Cataracts

Treatment can give your dog a new view on life, literally.

While cataracts are not inordinately common in dogs, they do occur. Certain breeds appear particularly prone, cocker spaniels, poodles, miniature schnauzers, terriers, and golden retrievers among them. And those with diabetes definitely have a higher incidence than other dogs.

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