VCA Hawaii on cataracts and keeping your pet’s eyes healthy

Cataracts are usually hereditary, especially in certain breeds

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Many of us get yearly eye exams, but it may be something that is overlooked with our animals. Cataracts is one common issue that can affect your pet’s well-being and should be treated sooner than later. HI Now host Kanoe Gibson spoke with Technician Supervisor Vanessa Nunez at VCA Hawaii’s Ophthalmology Department to learn more.

About VCA Hawaii:
VCA Hawaii strives to provide the very best in medical care, and the hospitals provide a full range of general, surgical and specialized care. This is how VCA Hawaii veterinarians would treat their own pets, and it offers nothing less than that to you and your pet. VCA Hawaii understands your pets are a big part of your family and will be there for you every step of the way when it comes to your pets’ health.

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