Dr. Peggy Herrera Protects Pets’ Eyes & Vision
Through your pet’s eyes comes a connection, a way to communicate without words. Your pet’s eyes may become irritated for various reasons. Pain may be demonstrated by a sensitivity to light, tenderness when touched on the face or around the eyes, watery or mucus discharge, or by keeping the eyes closed. This may be accompanied by general lethargy, refusal to eat or drink, and even irritability and aggression.
If you suspect your pet has an eye problem, we encourage you to contact us for guidance. Eye pain or symptoms of eye problems require immediate attention from your veterinarian. For more complex or specialty needs, we work closely with an area specialist in veterinary ophthalmology.
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