British Veterinary Association (BVA) EYE TEST

There are many types of eye disease, both congenital (conditions that exist from birth or soon after birth) and non-congenital (conditions that develop later in life), that affect dogs. Many of these conditions can have serious effects on health and welfare, causing pain, blindness, or the need for lifelong medication, and should be taken into consideration when breeding dogs.

Signs of eye disease in dogs

The signs of eye disease vary depending on the specific condition and between individual dogs and breeds. Some observable signs may include:

  • Redness

  • Dilated pupil

  • Discharge

  • Cloudy appearance

Common breeds at risk of eye disease

All dogs, including crossbreeds are at risk of suffering from eye disease. 

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England

24.08.20 UPDATE

As a reminder below is our current situation: 

 

We have closed our contact page due to the large volume of enquiries, we will be back online again soon!

Australian Labradoodles

We have some availability for litters later in the year.

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If you're looking for a Sheepadoodle puppy, please do not make contact with us until after September 2020 when hopefully we will be better able to advise you.

Im afraid we do not breed Goldendoodles.

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