dog has vision problems
Ultrasound is a non-invasive procedure used to evaluate internal organs. Ultrasound can be used to study the organs of the abdominal cavity, heart, eye and reproductive organs in cats. For an accurate diagnosis in many diseases of the abdominal cavity, ultrasound and x-rays are recommended. An x-ray will show the size, shape and location of the contents of the abdominal cavity, and an ultrasound scan allows you to examine the structure of the organs. Continue reading
About 70% of dogs are infected with the herpes virus, but for most adult dogs this virus does not lead to serious consequences. This applies to adult animals. In newborn puppies, infection of herpes with a virus leads to death in almost 100% of cases.
Herpes virus dog – alpha herpes virus, genetically close to the herpes virus of cats, the herpes virus 1 type of horses. Continue reading
Dogs are extremely inquisitive and love to play. Even extremely calm dogs sometimes get scratches and other injuries. This can happen during a game, sneaking through the bushes or simply digging holes. Eye injuries in dogs are a fairly common problem.
More often than other injuries, damage to the eyes requires immediate treatment to the veterinarian ophthalmologist. Continue reading