Just like humans, pets need to have healthy eyes.

Unfortunately, also like humans, they can suffer from a wide range of eye problems. While many veterinarians are not equipped to provide eye care services, Dr. Janik is a highly trained veterinarian with a special interest in diseases of the eye. He has taken numerous continuing education classes on veterinary ophthalmology. He has experience in various eye surgeries and is available to care for your beloved companion’s vision.

Our Ophthalmology Services

At All Community Animal Hospital, we are equipped to diagnose and treat a wide range of problems involving the eyes.

Veterinarian checking cat eyes.

Some of the most common conditions we treat include:

  • Glaucoma
  • Corneal ulcers
  • Eye injuries

Because pets are good at hiding their discomfort, it is sometimes difficult to tell if they are experiencing eye pain or blurred vision. When you bring your pet to Dr. Janik for an eye exam, he can determine if there are any underlying conditions that need to be addressed. It’s also wise to keep an eye out for signs of trouble, such as your pet pawing at their face, squinting, or bumping into things. Discharge for the eyes may also be a sign of an eye problem.

Veterinary Ophthalmology in Porter

For veterinary ophthalmology in Porter and the surrounding areas, depend on All Community Animal Hospital. Contact us today to learn more or to schedule your pet’s appointment.

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