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Veterinary Ophthalmology

Our board-certified veterinary ophthalmologist at Columbia River Veterinary Specialists specializes in the treatment of diseases and disorders of the eye in cats and dogs.

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Ophthalmology, Vancouver

Eye Care for Pets in Vancouver

In partnership with your pet’s primary care veterinarian, our board-certified ophthalmologist will provide the most comprehensive and compassionate eye care possible for your pet.

Eye conditions that affect cats and dogs can range from minor to severe. These conditions may lead to discomfort and even reduced vision. When these conditions are diagnosed early, treatment can reduce pain and preserve your pet's eyesight.

At Columbia River Veterinary Specialists, our ophthalmologist can diagnose and treat virtually any eye disease or condition, including cataracts, infections, tumors, glaucoma, dry eye, uveitis, corneal ulcers and more.

Our Board-Certified Veterinary Ophthalmologist

A board-certified veterinary ophthalmologist is a veterinary specialist who has completed extensive training after veterinary school focused on eye disorders in animals. Dr. Rosalie Alls joined our team at Columbia River Veterinary Specialists in 2022. She is passionate about providing compassionate care to pets with eye conditions or diseases. 

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What to Expect at Your Appointment

We want your pet's appointment with our veterinary ophthalmologist to be an agreeable experience from start to finish. When you first arrive, you will be greeted by one of our receptionists who will ask you to complete our new patient forms.

Please bring any medications your pet is taking to the first appointment. Recent blood tests or pertinent records should be faxed to us in advance of your visit. 

Symptoms of Eye Conditions

There are several common signs a cat or dog may exhibit if they have an eye condition. If any of the following symptoms are identified in your pet, your veterinarian can contact us for an appointment with our ophthalmologist.

  • Discharge
  • Squinting
  • Tearing / Tear-Stained Fur
  • Swelling
  • Vision Loss (sudden)
  • Cloudiness
  • Eye Rubbing
  • Change in Eye Color
  • Red Eye
  • Vision Loss (gradual)

We Welcome New Patients

Columbia River Veterinary Specialists is accepting new patients by referral and for emergency services. Our experienced emergency vets  and specialists are passionate about the health of Vancouver companion animals. Ask your vet today about a referral.

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Contact (360) 694-3007