All dogs can get cataracts, so yes.
Cataracts especially in older dogs and dogs with diabetes
Very Serious, Cataracts can easily cause blindness or death if your pet has cataracts bring him straight to the vet
Dogs can go blind from glaucoma or from advanced cataracts.
cataracts cause sight loss in dogs. they will regularly appear in aging dogs and look like a formation of cloudy mist in the eye. cataracts cause sight loss in dogs. they will regularly appear in aging dogs and look like a formation of cloudy mist in the eye.
there are specialist who can repair a dogs eyes, alot of dogs have cataracts removed now and get sight back
Dog noseprints can be used to identify dogs, the same as human fingerprints.
yes because it could be a sign of cataracts
Well, YOU, can't use the dogs nose because dogs don't talk, but a DOG, can use its own nose to identify another dogs breed, or sex. Dog's noses are extremly sensitive, and can identify alot of other things. Things no human can identify by sight, hearing, tasteing, or feeling.
There are several illnesses that are shared by both dogs and humans. Heart murmurs, diabetes, arthritis, and cataracts are just a few.
The first thing that came to my mind is cataracts. If your hamster is reasonably old/aged then (that is if hamsters can get cataracts) is is possibly this. I'm no professional but white spots are normally cataracts for all types of animals i.e dogs, goats, sheep, cats etc.
yes they can be used
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Such cataracts are called complicated cataracts.
As we all know, nobody has the same fingerprints. Soem dogs have the same paw prints though. Many dogs have a microchip in there neck. When you microchip a dog they send the information and the microchip number to a website and that's how they identify many lost and homeless dogs.
Yes, a dog can identify other dogs through their nose. They can tell if it was male or female, how long ago they passed through the area, and other things about the dog.
Diabetes usually causes cataracts which can be treated through surgery, but is very expensive. So, yes, diabetes causes loss of eyesight in dogs.
Cataracts, then, can be classified according to location (nuclear, cortical, or posterior subcapular cataracts).
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If you are asking will an old dogs eyes turn blue they can appear that way. Many dogs will develop cataracts as they age which will cause their eyes to appear hazy or bluish in the right light. This is pretty normal for dogs in the 13 year and up range.