Pet Eye Infections

If you notice your pet has been suffering from an eye infection, the best thing you can do is to contact our veterinarian for help. Eye infections are common among cats and dogs. However, this doesn't make them any less serious. If left untreated, your pet eye infections can lead to partial or total vision loss, spread to other pets in your home, and cause significant amounts of distress for your pets.

At Amelia Pointe Animal Hospital & Daycare in Fernandina Beach, FL, we are here to help your pet using care from our highly trained veterinarian! Whether you need help with pet eye infections or other medical disease, Amelia Pointe Animal Hospital & Daycare will be with you every step of the way to answer all your questions, help your pet feel better, and improve his quality of life.

Pet Eye Infections

What Are Pet Eye Infections?

As the name suggests, pet eye infections are those that impact the health of your pet's eyes. Pet eye infections can be cause by a number of outside factors, including bacteria, viruses, allergens, and debris caught inside of your pet's eyes. Parasites are also common among dogs.

Whatever the cause of your pet eye infections, they can all lead to seriously debilitating symptoms for your cat or dog. These include:

  • Red eyes
  • Itchy eyes
  • Swollen eyes
  • Sensitivity to light
  • Partial or total vision loss
  • Discharge coming from the eye

It's important to visit a veterinarian as soon as possible if you notice any of these symptoms affecting your pet. The sooner you visit a veterinarian, the sooner your pet's condition will be diagnosed so he can receive treatment. 

How Can a Veterinarian Help?

Our veterinarian will conduct an eye exam to determine the cause of your pet's symptoms. There are other diseases that can mimic the effects of pet eye infections, such as glaucoma, trauma to the eye, a foreign object to the eye, or other types of infections.

Our veterinarian will then provide the best medical treatment in order to alleviate your pet's symptoms and prevent their infection from spreading. Treatment can include eye drops, antibiotics taken orally, or pain medication if your pet is suffering from immense pain due to their eye infection.

Find Relief for Your Pet at Amelia Pointe Animal Hospital & Daycare

It's never a good idea to wait for treatment, and you want to make sure you're doing everything possible to help your pet recover from their eye infection. Call us today at Amelia Pointe Animal Hospital & Daycare to schedule an appointment at our Fernandina Beach, FL, clinic!

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