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How do you identify cataracts in dogs?

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βˆ™ 2007-08-14 08:23:25

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In my experience most dogs eyes kinda have a glazed or grayish look to them but you could always call the vet and ask them over the phone or make an appointment to get the dog's eyes examined.

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