Pet Ophthalmology in Memphis

Pet Ophthalmology in MemphisJust like humans, pets can experience a variety of eye (ocular) diseases and disorders that can negatively affect their quality of life. Memphis Veterinary Specialists offers ophthalmology services for dogs, cats, horses, and exotic pets. We are pleased to have a new ophthalmologist, Dr. Jane Ashley Huey, on the team to provide these services. Ophthalmology involves studying and treating diseases and disorders of the eye, such as glaucoma and dry eye.

About Our Ophthalmology Services

Because there are certain pet eye conditions that can be reversed if they’re diagnosed in their early stages, we place a strong emphasis on the diagnostic portion of our ophthalmology services. This is especially important for certain breeds that are more inherently susceptible to eye problems than others. By partnering with your pet’s regular veterinarian, we can develop a cutting-edge approach to diagnose and manage your pet’s eye needs.

At Memphis Veterinary Specialists, we can diagnose and treat virtually any eye disease or condition, with special consideration to the visible symptoms. Some of the most common eye problems we treat include:

  • Scratches/abrasion
  • Infections
  • Vision loss
  • Eyelid issues
  • Tumors
  • Drainage
  • Glaucoma
  • Dry eye

Most Common Symptoms of Eye Problems

While there are some eye problems that can be easily detected by their symptoms, there are others that are subtler. Consider the list below of some of the most common symptoms related to a pet’s eyes that could indicate an eye disease or disorder:

  • Discharge
  • Squinting
  • Tearing/tear-stained fur
  • Rubbing of the eyes
  • Swelling
  • Cloudiness
  • Redness
  • Change in eye color
  • Visible third eyelid

Schedule an Eye Appointment

Ophthalmology appointments can be made by you or your veterinarian. In the event we are assisting another patient, please leave a message on our voicemail, and your call will be returned promptly. We are available to take your call Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Pet Ophthalmology in MemphisJust like humans, pets can experience a variety of eye (ocular) diseases and disorders that can negatively affect their quality of life. Memphis Veterinary Specialists offers ophthalmology services for dogs, cats, horses, and exotic pets. We are pleased to have a new ophthalmologist, Dr. Jane Ashley Huey, on the team to provide these services. Ophthalmology involves studying and treating diseases and disorders of the eye, such as glaucoma and dry eye.

About Our Ophthalmology Services

Because there are certain pet eye conditions that can be reversed if they’re diagnosed in their early stages, we place a strong emphasis on the diagnostic portion of our ophthalmology services. This is especially important for certain breeds that are more inherently susceptible to eye problems than others. By partnering with your pet’s regular veterinarian, we can develop a cutting-edge approach to diagnose and manage your pet’s eye needs.

At Memphis Veterinary Specialists, we can diagnose and treat virtually any eye disease or condition, with special consideration to the visible symptoms. Some of the most common eye problems we treat include:

  • Scratches/abrasion
  • Infections
  • Vision loss
  • Eyelid issues
  • Tumors
  • Drainage
  • Glaucoma
  • Dry eye

Most Common Symptoms of Eye Problems

While there are some eye problems that can be easily detected by their symptoms, there are others that are subtler. Consider the list below of some of the most common symptoms related to a pet’s eyes that could indicate an eye disease or disorder:

  • Discharge
  • Squinting
  • Tearing/tear-stained fur
  • Rubbing of the eyes
  • Swelling
  • Cloudiness
  • Redness
  • Change in eye color
  • Visible third eyelid

Schedule an Eye Appointment

Ophthalmology appointments can be made by you or your veterinarian. In the event we are assisting another patient, please leave a message on our voicemail, and your call will be returned promptly. We are available to take your call Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

I couldn’t have asked for better care from any of the doctors or any member of the staff. They are the absolute best for pet care as well as calming the nerves of the people who need to bring their pets.