Eye problems can range from corneal ulcers that are exceptionally painful to sudden vision loss and retinal detachment. In some instances, eye disease can be the first sign of an underlying disease that could affect the overall health of your pet. Because animal eye disease ranges from simple to complex, prompt evaluation by a veterinary Ophthalmologist is recommended if your pet experiences any of these symptoms:
- Change in eye color
- Loss of vision
- Cloudiness or film over the eye
- Squinting or redness
- Tearing or ocular discharge
- Bulging of the eye or swelling around the eye
Our Ophthalmology department provides comprehensive eye care and works with referring veterinarians to solve your pet’s eye concerns. We perform complete eye examinations on every patient and are equipped to treat both medical and surgical ophthalmic disease.
Procedures and Diagnostics Available:
- Slit lamp examination (biomicroscopy)
- Retinal examination
- Tonometry (Glaucoma screening)
- Genetic Eye Screening Examination for breeding animals: CAER (OFA)
- Ocular ultrasound and electroretinogram
- Eyelid reconstructive surgery
- Surgical excision of ocular tumors
- Corneal surgery
- Glaucoma surgery
- Cataract surgery with artificial lens implants
Our Board-Certified Ophthalmologist uses the state-of-the-art equipment, including the new AMO WHITESTAR Signature System.
To schedule an appointment, please either email us at: appointment@VECCNH.com or give us a call at 603-431-3600.
Visit the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists at www.acvo.org to learn more about this specialty service and Specialist designation.