Glaucoma in Cats: Causes, Signs, & Treatment

Similar to glaucoma in humans or glaucoma in dogs, feline glaucoma occurs when the fluid inside the eye, located directly behind the lens, builds up and does not drain properly. This fluid is called aqueous humor, and is not to be confused with tears which coat the outside of the eye. Tears and aqueous humor…

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Glaucoma in Dogs: Causes, Signs & Treatment

Just as with humans, canines can sometimes suffer from a condition of the eyes called glaucoma. This is an increase of pressure that has built up inside of the eye. This type of pressure is called intra-ocular pressure, or IOP for short. What is Glaucoma in Dogs? Humans as well as dogs have a normal…

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Zeus

Amazing news for Zeus. His last eye pressure treatment for his glaucoma ( pre canna pet ) was 31 for his left eye and 50 for his right eye. Anything over 20 is considered high. After several months of consistent Canna-Pet and taking the liquid you sent we had his eyes rechecked this past Monday.…

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Ayla

My beagle Ayla might be 14, but she runs around like a crazy pup now that her joints don’t hurt! And Osita my shih tzu feels a million times better with no more pain from glaucoma. These two love Canna-Pet and I love them!

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Tips for Helping Your Blind Dog Adapt

Although it can be heartbreaking to learn that your aging dog is going blind, the silver lining is knowing that there are plenty of ways to adapt to this new situation. You will find that with a few lifestyle adjustments, you can still enjoy many of the same activities with your furry friend. Begin Blind…

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