My dog had cataracts and I took him to 5 vets. (he was a younger dog) the cataracts had made him so blind that he could not even recognize people from 20 feet, catch a ball, catch a treat, ect. I eventually (in a guilty panic) took him to a holistic vet in Elwood, Pa. It was a very long drive because I lived in the city, but I did my research and BOY was it worth it! Within two weeks, my dog was seeing better. We changed his diet and gave him different food (she wanted me to cook daily for him but we settled on a high grade grain free dry food) and gave him daily eye drops called PetVision Pro drops. His vision still isn't *perfect* but he's back to playing fetch and eyeballing treats on the counter!View Thread
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