Horner's syndrome is a neurological disorder that can affect your cat's eye and facial muscles. Today, our Renton veterinarians explain what can cause the condition. We also list symptoms and discuss treatment and management.
The Right Service For Your Pet
Quality Care Every Time
At Northwest Animal Eye Specialists, we pride ourselves on providing the highest quality of care to every patient with the help of our expertise and top-notch diagnostic services.
Specialty Eye Care
Eye Care For Every Pet
Our team of board-certified vets specialize in ophthalmology and provide your pet with the right services in the hopes of restoring their vision and eliminating discomfort.
Welcome to Our Specialty Vet Clinic
Northwest Animal Eye Specialists is a veterinary clinic that has two convenient locations and specializes in veterinary ophthalmology. We proudly offer comprehensive eye care for animals of all kinds in Renton, Kirkland and the surrounding areas.
We care for companion animals and have developed a reputation over the years for quality, professional care with a compassionate touch.
Our team of specialty vets in Renton and Kirkland are proud to live up to the standards of veterinary excellence laid out by the American Animal Hospital Association!
We treat all animals at our two convenient locations
Northwest Animal Eye Specialists provides the highest level of specialty, board-certified ophthalmology care for dogs, cats, horses & exotic animals.
Veterinary Ophthalmology is Our Passion
Quality, Integrity, Compassion & Service
Northwest Animal Eye Specialists has two convenient locations in Kirkland and Renton. Once your primary veterinarian sends us a referral, our board-certified veterinary specialists do everything in their power to diagnose and treat your pet's eye conditions to help them get back to a healthy and comfortable life.
This was my first time there, and the staff were all extremely friendly and helpful! My pet gets very nervous about going to the vet, and they were able to keep her calm. Will definitely be going here from now on.
Tips & Advice From Our Team
Whether you are looking for advice about common eye conditions in pets or how to take care of your pet with eye issues, our blog features helpful tips and advice from our Renton and Kirkland vets that will help you to keep your pets seeing clearly.
Nuclear (lenticular) sclerosis in dogs can cause discoloration of the eyes. In this post, our Renton vets explain the condition's causes and symptoms, how it's diagnosed, and more.
Pannus (chronic superficial keratitis) is an immune-mediated condition that impacts the cornea or clear part of a dog's eye. Here, our Renton vets explain the causes and symptoms of this condition, in addition to treatment options and long-term prognosis.
Contact Us Today
Northwest Animal Eye Specialists proudly serves patients in Renton, Kirkland and beyond.
New Patients Welcome By Referral
Northwest Animal Eye Specialists is accepting new patients! Our experienced vets are passionate about the eye health of animals. Talk to your vet today about getting a referral to our Renton or Kirkland clinics.