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Any one have a husky that suffers from Uveitis or whatever this may be

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I originally took my Sierra to the vet where they said it was Cataracts and she may be going blind...... her eye was a little swollen one of her pupils were so tiny her hey had some Cloudiness to it..... Now that eyes back to normal ( all but not as bright and cataracts still there) ....... But now the other eyes doing the same exact thing .......

 

i just need need something to ask the doctor about because it’s like their all clueless one what’s going one with her and I really don’t think it’s just Cataracs.... if anyone can just throw some ideas out there to ask doctors  it’s just scary

 

the 1st to photos are the ones taken today while the next ones are taken when she first started having problems 

then she was switched from the first eye drops to the second

Uveitis or whatever this may be

 

 

 

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@Honey Rose ~I don't know what Uveitis is.
In photos 3&4, it looks like SIENNA has eye discharge in her right eye along with cloudiness. Also, both nostrils look extremely clogged up with mucus.
Ask your Vet to check her for Glaucoma, which can cause eyes not to drain properly, fever, be dilated & can bulge & be cloudy. Also, ask about Conjunctivitis, which is an infection & inflammation of the eyes, with lots of discharge, fever, etc.
I know Canine Distemper can cause a lot of thick yellowish mucus to back up in the eyes & nasal passages. And Kennel Cough (Bordetella) has similar symptoms like Glaucoma & Distemper, but causes dogs to have coughing & breathing problems. I don't know if SIENNA has the coughing or any breathing problems.
Is Sienna up to date with her vaccines/shots?? (The annual vaccines/shots for Canine Distemper, Kennel Cough, Parvo etc are extremely important.)
To me, it looks like she has a bad infection in her eyes & nose. I would take her to the Vet as soon as possible or to an emergency vet very soon.
I hope this helps. Once you have a Vet exam her again, please let us know how she's doing.


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Thank you for the advice ....... her breathing has been just fine no coughing or anything out of the ordinary doctor said her nasal passages were clear .... I actually took her to a few different vets and they checked her and say cataracts but I have had a dog with cataracts and it’s seems so different .... they checked for diabetes and heart worms just in case and she was clear ...... she and her siblings are inside dogs and none of them have wats going on with her.... she’s up to date on all her vaccinations ..... she just randomly woke up with her eye like that ...... just like the other eye it just happens .....  I have to make another appointment for this eye . I will suggest those and see what this vet says I just know it’s not cataracts her pupil in person is just too off ..... I’m wanting her to have an MRI Incase somethings wrong with her brain 

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I wonder if It could be some corneal disease ?  My girl has it in addition to cataracts, but they're not related though. She has a gray opacity in both eyes like cataracts.  Have you taken Sierra to a specialist? 

 

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1 hour ago, BBava said:

I wonder if It could be some corneal disease ?  My girl has it in addition to cataracts, but they're not related though. She has a gray opacity in both eyes like cataracts.  Have you taken Sierra to a specialist? 

 

BBAva is it possible to see a picture? Did her pupils ever turn to little dot for example if u were to make a dot with a Permanent marker ( that’s the only way I can explain it )  ...... the specialist won’t be able to see her for another week ....their suppose to be a good one was recommend to me by the animal hospital..... 

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I'm sorry I haven't noticed if Ava's pupils ever turned that small. Does Sierra still have different sizes of pupils?  Is the cloudiness of her eye is over the cornea or in the lens?  Hope the specialist will find the right answer.

Here's my girl. The white shades in the eyes are from cornea dystrophy, and her cataracts are too small to see  in this pic.

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