Does my pet need to see an eye specialist?
The following is a list of symptoms to look out for:

1.    Swelling of the eye(s)

2.    Cloudiness or redness of the eye(s)

3.    Green or yellow discharge

4.    Rubbing/ irritated eye(s)

5.    Squinting eye(s)

6.    Difficulty seeing/ vision loss

Veterinary Ophthalmic Consulting (VOC) offers the highest standards of medical and surgical veterinary ophthalmology for your pet by diagnosing and treating common eye related conditions, including dry-eye, corneal ulcers, cataracts, glaucoma and retinal disease.


Scheduling the Appointment:

Please call 949-404-4100 to speak with a VOC team member to schedule an appointment. For new clients, you can make the appointment directly or get a referral your primary care veterinarian. A form is available on the website, under “New Client Forms,” to fill out in advance before the scheduled appointment OR you can verbally tell the VOC team member the information during the check-in process at the front desk.

If you would like the ophthalmologist to have your pet’s medical records, please notify your primary care veterinary office and they can fax the records to 949-404-4101 or email the records to info@vocsocal. Records are not required for the appointment, but you should know the names of the current medications your pet is on.

We pride ourselves in our communication and ability to work closely with your family veterinarian, as well as other veterinary specialists, to offer outstanding patient care.


Cancelations or Rescheduling:

If you need to cancel or reschedule an appointment, kindly give us 24 hours notice.