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Many different things can affect a dogs eyes from something as simple as a punctate cataract from an injury to Collie Eye Anomaly (CEA) and Hereditary Cataracts

Here are some of the diseases or problems your dog could have with their eyes that can be determined with a CERF exam:

  • Entropion
  • Ectropion
  • Distichiasis
  • Corneal dystrophy-epithelial/stromal
  • Corneal dystrophy-endothelial
  • Inherited/Pannus
  • Persistent pupillary membrane iris to iris
  • Iris Hypoplasia
  • Vitreous degeneration syneresis
  • Vitreous degeneration ant chamber
Sample CERF Form

CERF Testing Requirements and Costs

Some eye problems require lab tests and samples to be sent in for testing, these are Collie Eye Anomaly (CEA) and
Hereditary Cataracts (HC), Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA). 

Currently Aussies need to have a CERF exam to have their eyes cleared of any problems, but CEA is becoming a concern for Aussies and should be looked at for overall health.

Anatomy of the Eye

Image Source: ASPCA Complete Dog Care Manual

Rev. 17 June 09

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