What to Expect

We strive to make your visit as easy as possible. When arriving to Animal Eye Clinic, bring in the completed New Client Information form and any information your primary veterinarian may have given you. Please arrive 15 minutes early for your appointment to complete paperwork. Please bring your current medications to the appointment. The doctor will want additional details about your pet’s history, so be prepared to discuss overall health and current eye issues.

A licensed veterinary technician will review your pet’s history and current medications and will perform schirmer tear tests to evaluate current tear flow. The technician will also measure the intraocular pressure in the eye prior to the examination. Once the diagnostic tests are completed, the doctor will perform a complete ophthalmic examination that includes slit lamp biomicroscopy, indirect ophthalmoscopy and fluorescein stains.

Once the exam is completed, the doctor will discuss the exam findings and diagnosis with you and make treatment recommendations. If surgery or further diagnostics are recommended, a detailed estimate will be provided.

 

Prescription Refills

Due to COVID 19 concerns and reduced operating hours we ask that you call the clinic for prescription refills and we will mail your refills to you.  If you reach our voice mail please leave your prescription request on the voice mail.  We will return your call and confirm the refill request.  If you need to pick up your refill in person please call from your vehicle when you arrive.  We will process your payment over the phone and deliver your medication to you in your vehicle.  Thank you.

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Schedule An Appointment

Please call to schedule an appointment:

509-368-6800

We accept referrals from primary care veterinarians as well as self-referrals.

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