Diseases and disorders by system
Recently uploadedHealth Sudden acquired retinal degeneration in dogs Sudden acquired retinal degeneration in dogs causes increased appetite, Weight gain, changes in urinary behavior, stumbling, difficulty navigating at night. Health Retinal dysplasia in dogs and cats Retinal dysplasia in dogs and cats causes dogs and cats to be reluctant to jump from upland, crash into objects, hesitancy to walk into dark, swollen eyes, bloodshot eyes, and behavioral changes. Health Retinal detachment in dogs and cats Retinal detachment causing the retina to peele off (detached retina), enlarge pupils, not respond to light, reduced vision and eventual, blindness. Health Progressive retina atrophy (PRA) in dogs and cats Progressive retina atrophy (PRA) causes night blindness, enlarged pupils, cloudy eyes, loss of vision or blindness. Health Hypertensive retinopathy in dogs and cats Hypertensive retinopathy is the damage of the optic nerve when the blood pressure rises, causing bleed in the retina, enlarged pupil, loss of vision, or blindness.