|Barked: Wed Apr 2, '08 9:13pm PST |
|There is such thing as sheltie eye, but it is something that is only seen with a special tool the opthamologist has, and it best detected before the dog is 4 months old. It is called collie eye, not sheltie eye. Normally though, it would not cause symptoms you are describing, usually things like limited sight abd blindness. It has something to do with the pigment in the eye, if I remember correctly. Google it, you should find some info the net.
My first 3 shelties have all had their eyes tested, Lexi was good, Duncan had an inny eyelash, and Mila had a hyloid that I need to get rechecked (once again, doesn't cause symptoms as you describe).
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