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Eye examination

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Eye examination

An eye examination is a thorough examination of the pet's eyes and the surrounding tissues. It may be performed by your veterinarian or by a veterinary ophthalmologist (an eye-care specialist). It is generally non-invasive and painless for your pet.

Why should my pet have an eye examination?

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How will the veterinarian test my pet's eyes?

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