Dog's Pupil Is White And He Can't See Anything Out Of It, Why?


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Cataracts can cause a white color change to the eye and as they progress dogs become non-visual.  Nuclear sclerosis is an aging change of the lens--the difference is dogs are still visual.  A lens luxation is another possibility.  Your dog needs to be examined by a veterinarian as soon as possible.

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