Eye surgery for dogs: Scottie recovers from diabetic induced cataracts

The Scottish Terrier and Dog News will bring you more on Angus and his eye surgery later this week. He is now fully recovered.

Update: The follow-up on Angus is now posted.

3 thoughts on “Eye surgery for dogs: Scottie recovers from diabetic induced cataracts

  1. Not only is the cataract surgery amazing, but the fact that this dog is doing so well despite diabetes is a true miracle!

    I had a Cairn with acute juvenile diabetes, and we had a terrible time trying to control the disease to no avail. The impact to lifestyle part of the owner is monumental!

    Sadly, my Jessie had to be destroyed at only four because he got progressively worse. Congratulations to this brave Scot and his owners!!!

  2. I think that any Scottie named Angus is a Miracle! Congratulations to one very handsome Scottie. Diabetes is a terrible disease, but its not necessarily a death sentence.

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