December Pulse Article Available (part 6 of 12, Common Small Animal Scleral Abnormalities)

December 28, 2018

In December’s Pulse article, Dr Esson discusses common scleral abnormalities in small animals. A dermoid represents an area of normal haired skin in an abnormal location of the eye. The commonly affected breeds include the German Shepherd, the Dachshund, and the St. Bernard. To read more, click on the Pulse article link: 112818 PULSE, December 2018_final 32112818 PULSE, December 2018_final 33