Ophthalmology
Valley Animal Hospital provides eye care for pets who suffer from dry eye (KCS), red eyes, glaucoma, injury (such as corneal ulcers), and invasion of foreign objects (such as foxtails). Symptoms to look for include blue or cloudy eyes, a pet holding an eye closed, blood or heavy mucus in the eye(s), pupils of different sizes, or a bulging eye. Because eyes are complex and blindness a serious hardship, we encourage you to contact us right away for an appointment if you observe any of these symptoms. 

The use of a special dye called 'fluoroscein' allows us to visualize the extent of a wound on the eye

The use of a special dye called 'fluoroscein' allows us to visualize the extent of a wound on the eye