Sudden acquired retinal degeneration syndrome (SARDS) is a disease in dogs
causing sudden blindness. It can occur in any breed, but female dogs may be ...
These pets are generally between the ages of 7 and 14 years of age, with
females ... The problem with cases of acute blindness is that other diseases must
The causes of vision loss and blindness in dogs range from normal aging and ....
Sudden onset blindness can be much harder for both the dog and owner than a ...
Sep 25, 2014 ... SARDS is a middle age disease in dogs, and approximately 60% of ... of partial to
complete blindness in both eyes, normal appearing retinas, ...
... Syndrome (SARDS) is characterized by sudden vision loss in the dog. ... an
unknown cause, SARDS patients suddenly lose retinal function and become
May 14, 2013 ... Acute blindness is an adjustment for both pets and pet parents. Hopefully this will
never happen to you or your beloved fur kid, but reading up ...
Dogs can go blind for many reasons, including birth defects, cataracts, injury, and
... may result in blindness include retinal dysplasia and detachment, Sudden ...
Blindness in dogs can be the result of sudden acquired retinal degenration
syndrome. Learn how to recognize early signs of this condition.
Mar 24, 2014 ... Sarah Vaughn's dog, Floyd, went blind suddenly four years ago. “I was distraught
," she says. "I thought this was the end.” Her reaction isn't ...
Unfortunately, a common complication of diabetes in dogs is cataracts (cloudy
lenses). In fact, 75% of dogs develop cataracts and blindness in both eyes within