1. A chocolate labrador licking his chops

    What Colors Can Our Pets See?

    If you’re a dog owner, here’s an experiment you can try, courtesy of the veterinary eye specialists at Animal Eye Associates: during the next session of “fetch” with your furry friend, use a r…Read More

  2. A black, brown, and white dog staring at the camera

    Common Eye Conditions In Dogs

    We all want our best friends to live long and healthy lives, but sometimes dogs — whether due to genetics, accident, or plain old bad luck — get sick. Dogs especially are prone to eye problems, an…Read More

  3. What Do Dogs & Cats See?

    At Animal Eye Associates in Maitland, our ophthalmologists get asked all the time “What can my dog or cat see?” and “Can my pet see colors?” Cat and dog eyes are fairly similar to humans, but …Read More

  4. All About Corneal Ulcers in Dogs

    While we all want our pets to be their best selves, sometimes health issues can arise. At Animal Eye Associates in Orlando, we’ve helped thousands of pets recover from eye conditions, and we’re pa…Read More

  5. Saving Your Dogs Eye

    Accidents happen, and there’s no doubt about that. When it comes to your four-legged, furry friend, it’s not unusual for roughhousing to get a little out of hand. Now, there have been more than on…Read More

  6. Quick Exams At Your Home

    Your dog isn’t just a pet, they’re your best friend and a part of your family, so it goes without saying that the care of your pet’s eyes is something that you should take very seriously. While …Read More