RICHMOND, Va - Dr. Danielle Spencer-David returned to the studio to share some signs and symptoms to look out for if you think your dog might be developing cataracts. A cataract occurs when the clear lens inside of a dog’s eye begins to cloud. Some breeds have a genetic predisposition to have cataracts, in which case they can occur at any age. Dr. Spencer-David walked us through steps we can take to try to avoid the development of cataracts and keep our four-legged friends happy and healthy.
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