Ophthalmology (Eye Care)

Memphis Veterinary Specialists & Emergency offers pet ophthalmology services to diagnose and treat eye problems in dogs, cats and horses. 

Board-Certified Veterinary Ophthalmologist

Our veterinary ophthalmologist uses a cutting-edge approach to your pet’s eye care. Because there are certain pet eye conditions that can be reversed if they’re diagnosed in their early stages, we place a strong emphasis on the diagnostic portion of our ophthalmology services.

Meet Dr. Jane Ashley Huey

Ophthalmology Services for Pets

Veterinary Ophthalmology involves studying and treating diseases and disorders of the eye. By partnering with your pet’s primary care veterinarian, we can develop a cutting-edge approach to diagnose and manage your pet’s eye care needs.

Common Eye Problems in Pets

At Memphis Veterinary Specialists & Emergency, we can diagnose and treat virtually any eye disease or condition, with special consideration to the visible symptoms. 

Some of the most common eye problems we treat include:

  • Cataracts
  • Scratches / Abrasions
  • Drainage
  • Corneal Ulcers
  • Infections
  • Vision Loss
  • Tumors
  • Auto-Immune Conditions
  • Glaucoma
  • Dry Eye
  • Eyelid Issues
  • Retinal Disease

Ophthalmology Services | Memphis Veterinary & Emergency | Cordova, Tennessee

What does an Ophthamologist do?

Our Ophthalmologist specializes in eye disease in dogs, cats, horses, and exotics. We can diagnose and treat: cataracts, glaucoma, corneal diseases and eyelid abnormalities in animals. Dedication to providing pets with cutting edge eye care and pooling resources with referring veterinarians helps develop a team-oriented approach to maintaining pets’ ocular health.

Meet Dr. Jane Ashley Huey

Ophthalmology Services | Memphis Veterinary & Emergency | Cordova, Tennessee

Symptoms of Eye Problems in Pets

While there are some eye problems that can be easily detected by their symptoms, there are others that are more subtle.

Consider the list below of some of the most common symptoms related to a pet’s eyes that could indicate an eye disease or disorder:

  • Discharge
  • Squinting
  • Tearing / Tear-Stained Fur
  • Rubbing Eyes
  • Swelling
  • Cloudiness
  • Redness
  • Change in Eye Color
  • Visible Third Eyelid

From Happy Pet Owners

  • “Forever thankful to kind, sweet, gentle, wonderful Dr. Tina Brown. Our 3 year old girl has been sick for months, but after one month she is back to feeling her happy, playful self again. It feels wonderful to have such an excellent support system in place when I need help.”
    Dale C.

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Due to high volume, we are temporarily closed to incoming emergencies on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 7am-6pm.