Just like people, pets need eye care. Dogs and cats rely on their senses to explore and enjoy their world, so it is important that all of their senses function properly.
Pets’ eyes are susceptible to problems and can suffer from the same diseases we do. Sometimes pets are overly curious and poke their heads where they shouldn’t, which sometimes results in an eye injury. Age, disease, injury, and genetics all add up to what may cause your pets to have eye problems. Some species and breeds are more prone to various problems than others. Senior pets may develop cataracts or glaucoma and early diagnosis and treatment is key to helping your pet. While cats suffer less from eye problems than dogs, they can experience chronic infections, like conjunctivitis, or trauma.
Our doctors are very knowledgeable in this area and can treat conditions such as:
• Cherry eye
• Corneal injuries and diseases
• Dry eye
• Eyelid and eyelash abnormalities
• Inflammation, including uveitis and conjunctivitis
• Many other eye problems
Our state-of-the-art hospital features a full laboratory, digital radiology, ultrasonography, the most commprehensive vaccines available, and a staff that is dedicated to providing the best care possible for your pet.
Our doctors and staff understand that not all pets are able to come to the office and that fear and anxiety are greatly reduced by examining a pet in its home environment. Therefore, we routinely go to our clients’ homes and perform exams.
BOARDING, GROOMING, DAYCARE
We are affiliated with Muddy Paws Country Spa and can offer full service grooming by appointment. Pending availability, you can add grooming to your dog’s boarding or daycare stay.
What We Do
Here at Countryside we treat your pets like family.
Our commitment is to heal and comfort our patients by treating them humanely and with dignity. We are dedicated to serving Valley Center and the surrounding communities by providing exceptional service within our hospital. We strive to provide the highest quailty care for your pets whenever they are in our hands, as if they were our own.