Diagnosis and treatment for corneal ulcers in your dog
Our pet’s eyes are the window to their world so it’s important that they remain healthy. Corneal ulcers in dogs can occur when pet’s injure their eyes or if they have chronic eye problems. They occur when deeper layers of the eye are lost or damaged and can cause sensitivity to light, discharge and other symptoms.
In all instances, if you notice an eye ulcer or symptoms that are potentially caused by one, you should book a consultation with your vet. Luckily, Knutsford Vets have a range of high tech equipment and special veterinary expertise that will help you find the cause so we can get your pet’s eyes on the mend.
We’ve invested in high tech equipment that allows us to treat and diagnose a variety of eye conditions. In addition, we also have on site testing equipment allowing us to provide you with answers to your pet’s health concerns in double quick time so that they can get the treatment they require.
This means we’re the perfect vets to help manage your pets long term eye concerns or help offer a vital second opinion.
No need for referral
Did you know clients can book a referral or second opinion direct with us at Knutsford Veterinary Surgery? Simply click on the “Book an Appointment” link below. We’ll take care of the rest. This means you can gain complete peace of mind when it comes to treating your pet’s eye conditions.
Dr Paul Adams – GP Cert(Ophthal)
Lead vet Paul Adams holds the ESVPS Certificate in Veterinary Ophthalmology which means he has extensive further training and experience in this field.
How we can help
There are many reasons why you should choose Knutsford Veterinary Surgery if your pet is suffering from any kind of eye ailment.