Pets and Cataracts with the Pennsylvania Veterinary Medical Association

Pets and Cataracts with the Pennsylvania Veterinary Medical Association

Just like us, our pets can develop issues with their eyes, including cataracts. Dr. Bryan Langlois from the Pennsylvania Veterinary Medical Association joins us to share the signs and symptoms of cataracts and what treatment options are available.

Go to full article: https://www.abc27.com/good-day-pa/pets-and-cataracts-with-the-pennsylvania-veterinary-medical-association/

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