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Are Your Pup's Eyes Turning Cloudy or Blue? It Could Be This

Five different diseases can cause your dog's eyes to take on a cloudy or bluish appearance. Some are benign and don't significantly affect vision and other diseases can lead to blindness, especially if left untreated. If you notice a change in your pet's eyes, don't just chalk it off to aging.

5 diseases causing dog blue eyes

STORY AT-A-GLANCE

  • If your dog’s eyes take on a cloudy or bluish appearance, it could be the result of several different conditions
  • Five diseases that can cause a blue haze over your pet’s eyes include nuclear sclerosis, cataracts, glaucoma, corneal dystrophy, and anterior uveitis
  • Some of these conditions are relatively benign, but others are very serious and can lead to total blindness. It’s important to have any change in the appearance of your dog’s eyes checked by your veterinarian or a veterinary ophthalmologist

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