Things to look out for in your horses’ eye:
In some cases, your horse may not like the eye drops being put in the eye, especially if the eye is still painful before the treatment has begun to work. In such cases, we can discuss other options such as sub-conjunctival treatment deposits, or more commonly a sub-palpebral lavage system (eye catheter). This allows the deposit of the treatment fluid onto the globe from a very small pipe through the eyelid.
To find out more about our ophthalmology services, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us today. Our team of equine eye specialists can quickly recognise the signs of an infection or other problem, offering specific treatment plans which will keep your horse happy and healthy.
Give us a call on 01306 627 706