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Eye Conditions in Dogs

    Other articles on eye conditions and increasing owner awareness of problems that are a threat to the health and welfare of dogs.


    "I don't regret what we did at Crufts", says KC chairman at eye seminar - A personal report from Simon Parsons

    • Dog World Article: Seminars on eye conformation, arranged by the Kennel Club: Professor Sheila Crispin presented her illustrated talk (documents provided above) on the various deviations from normality which exists in canine eyes.
      Author: Simon Parsons. Created: 18/07/2012
    See the Dog World article in Downloads

    Additional reading on diseases that affect eyes...


    BVA Eye Scheme leaflet 2022:

    Hereditary eye disease

    "The revision of this CHS booklet acknowledges the work done by Professor Sheila Crispin and Dr Cathryn Mellersh, together with grateful acknowledgements to the past and present Eye Panel and Eye Panel Working Party members.
    Revised by Peter G C Bedford, Chief Panellist, February 2022"



    "Alert Signs of ocular diseases in pets"

    Author: Dr. Franck Ollivier, DMV, Ph.D, DACVO and DECVO
    Specialist in veterinary ophthalmology (FR)
    This pamphlet covers eye diseases and causes of observable eye conditions related to glaucoma, cancers, infections, corneal ulcer, etc... and behaviors or other observable signs of ocular problems that require an examination/treatment by a veterinarian and/or veterinary ophthalmologist.


    "Some ocular diseases can progress very quickly and lead to the loss of the vision and/or the loss of the eye. This document reviews the signs that should be an alert for the pet's owners."



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