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DVM Continuing Education
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ACVO Education Position Statement
"The American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists believes it is in the best interest of veterinary patients and their owners that any ocular surgery necessitating microsurgical techniques on animals be performed by, or under the supervision of, a board-certified veterinary ophthalmologist." Learn more...

Breeders & Veterinarians
Download your complimentary PDF copy of the ACVO's 'Blue Book'; "Ocular Disorders Presumed to be Inherited in Purebred Dogs" (8th ed. 2015)
Cataracts, You & Your Pet
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Members in the News
Check out the Member Spotlight and articles about members in the news.

Does Your Pet Need an Eye Doctor?
New York Times

"When Kathy Ouelette’s 98-pound Rottweiler, Bear, began bumping into things (“even into me,” Mrs. Ouelette said), she knew something was wrong. Her veterinarian referred her to Dr. Daniel Priehs, an eye-disease specialist at Animal Eye Associates in nearby Maitland, Fla." Read full article here.

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