Understanding Eye Disorders Affecting Dogs and Cats
Hello, my name is Suzi Michaels. I would like to talk to you about eye disorders affecting dogs and cats. When my aging dog developed cataracts, I was extremely worried about her well being. My dog seemed unbothered by the development at first, but it quickly went downhill from there. I feel like I could have offered more support if I knew what to expect. I would like to help people understand more about various eye disorders that can impact pet's vision and overall health. I will discuss symptoms, diagnostic procedures and treatment options for each disorder. I plan to update the site often with information about advancements in the diagnosis and treatment of pet eye disorders. Thank you for visiting my website. Please come back again soon.
If you have a female cat, it is highly recommended that you have her spayed. Spaying is not only good for your cat's long-term health, but it is also a wise choice to help keep the overall population of cats under control. In spite of these facts, though, there are some misconceptions about spaying female cats that seem to keep getting perpetuated and tossed about. Take a look at those misconceptions so you don't fall prey to them when making decisions for your own cat's health. [Read More]