Uveitis in dogs is one of the main causes of eye disease and blindness.1
Signs of corneal ulcer in dogs include pain, blepharospasm, enophthalmos, miosis, conjunctival hyperaemia and excessive tearing.
Feline corneal sequestrum is an eye disease that begins with the appearance of brown or black plaques on the corneal epithelium and stroma (the most superficial layers of the cornea). The lesion is exclusive to cats and horses.
Yellow vomit in dogs is usually due to bilious vomiting syndrome, although in a small percentage of cases this emetic reflex is triggered by more serious conditions, especially in the case of elderly dogs.Read more