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Progressive retinal atrophy (PRA)

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Progressive retinal atrophy (PRA)

There are many causes of blindness in dogs and if you suspect that your dog's eyesight is deteriorating you should contact your vet immediately. Some of the causes of blindness can be treated and vision can be retained. Sadly, other causes like PRA cannot be treated but your vet may be able to help you cope with living with a blind dog.

What is Progressive retinal atrophy or PRA?

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What are the signs of PRA?

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How is PRA diagnosed?

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Is there a treatment for PRA?

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