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Dr. DJ Haeussler and his staff at the Animal Eye Institute understand that your pets are an extension of your family. Therefore, your pet's well-being is our utmost concern.
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AEILOGODJ Head ShotDr. DJ Haeussler and his staff at the Animal Eye Institute understand that your pets are an extension of your family. Therefore, your pet's well-being is our utmost concern. Through excellent communication with you and your referring veterinarian we are committed to exceeding your expectations by providing high quality, compassionate, state-of-the-art ophthalmic care to your pets. The Animal Eye Institute excels at the diagnosis, surgery, and medical treatment of eye disorders for companion animals (dogs and cats), large animals (horses, llamas, cattle), exotic and pocket pets. Most procedures are possible to perform on an out-patient basis. We promise you our best care, each and every time.


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Tuesday, 10 January 2012 00:00

Indolent Corneal Ulcers in a Dog

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What is an indolent ulcer in a dog? Indolent ulcers are typically non-healing superficial corneal ulcers of dogs otherwise known as superficial chronic corneal epithelial defects (SCCEDs). These are also known as canine recurrent erosions, Boxer ulcers, nonhealing erosions, and recurrent epithelial erosions, amongst others. These ulcers are commonly seen in the Boxer breed. These ulcers are slow to heal (weeks to months) and are painful. 

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