Vet Advice: Glaucoma in Dogs

Glaucoma in dogs is an eye condition that occurs when fluid in the eye fails to drain properly, causing an increase in pressure that can subsequently damage the optic nerve and retina, resulting in blindness. How can you tell Glaucoma apart from Cataracts, and Nuclear Sclerosis in your dog, and what are the causes, symptoms and available treatments?

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