Why are my dog’s eyes cloudy?
My dog’s eyes are becoming cloudy. Is there anything I can do? Is this a cataract? If so, how is my dog treated?
Your dog’s cloudy eyes could be cataracts or it could be a normal aging process of the lens of the eye known as nuclear sclerosis. Nuclear sclerosis causes the lens to refract light. It’s like looking into a dirty fish tank - you can see, but not clearly. It is best to schedule a veterinary exam to determine the problem.
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