Jumping for Joy!

JOEY JUMPS FOR JOY!

There’s one extremely happy kangaroo in the Broome Wildlife Sanctuary down under. The kangaroo was almost blind due to cataracts but, thanks to Ethos Bright Eyes Drops for Pets, from Ethos Schweiz LLC in Geneva, the kangaroo can now see again.

Here’s the letter of thanks from Jan Martin, who found the drops while searching on the internet and contacted the company who very kindly sent a course of treatment to help the strickened animal.

Hi Peter,
I have attached 2 photos of before and after using the drops.  I have at least 3 animals developing cataracts at the moment and hoped I could take you up on your offer – will need at least 50 bottles. I have also been slowly convincing people that the drops are effective.
Thanks
Jan Martin
Kimberley Wildlife Consultancy
Broome – Western Australia

Ethos Bright Eyes Drops were originally developed for people but work equally as well with pets and other animals as clearly demonstrated by the photographs above. Instead of invasive surgery, a simple course of eye drops, containing the special ingredient N-Acetyl-Carnosine, are applied to each eye being treated, and these then go to work and dissolve the cataracts naturally.

Cataracts is a cross-linking of proteins in the lens of the eye and the Bright Eyes Drops reverse this cross-linking and restore the lens of the eye back to full clarity.

The average course of treatment, when treating two eyes, is six boxes applied over a period of six weeks. More severe and mature cataracts will require a longer course of treatment and mild to moderate cataracts can be cleared in less time.

Bright Eyes NAC Drops drops also help other eye conditions including; Glaucoma, Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD), Dry Eye Syndrome and Floaters.

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Human Trials Help Blindness in Dogs

Human Trials Help Blindness in Dogs

I don’t know about you but I am totally against using animals in testing medications and cosmetics for humans. But how would you feel if the roles were reversed and humans were used to test medications for animals?

That is virtually what has happened where the latest research on cures for blindness in humans is being used to successfully treat blindness in dogs and other animals.

There have been several clinical trials on the effectiveness of N-Acetyl-Carnosine (NAC) when used as eye drops for humans – see the bottom of this article if you really want to read all the technical reports. Improvements with cataracts, macular degeneration (AMD), Glaucoma, Dry Eye Syndrome and many other eye disorders have been recorded using drops containing NAC. A quick search on the internet will find hundreds of anecdotal testimonials from satisfied customers around the world. All of these people have been helped without having to resort to expensive eye surgery. In fact, the eye drops are becoming so successful there are now several companies marketing their own version of NAC eye drops.

But how can this help blindness in dogs? One of the most common causes of blindness in dogs (and other animals) is due to cataracts – often brought on as a consequence of diabetes. Several customers of the Ethos Bright Eyes drops started applying the “human” eye drops to their pet dogs. When they reported this back to the manufacturer, the company quickly developed an eye drop specifically for small animals such as dogs and cats.

Success stories now arrive on a weekly basis with dogs, cats and other pets. As with anything to do with animals – “good news travels fast” and last month we heard about the remarkable experience of Joey the Kangaroo in Western Australia.

If you think your dog (or kangaroo!) is having difficulty seeing or has been diagnosed with diabetes then a course of Ethos Bright Eyes pet drops can quickly and easily transform your pet’s standard of life.

You can find a full report on Joey the Kangaroo, Press Reports, how to apply the drops and so much more on www.petdrops.com

If you really want to read all the technical reports then the best place to start is to go to www.pubmed.com and do a Search on N-Acetyl-Carnosine – then take your pick.

Bright Eyes Drops for Pets – Dog Fancy Magazine Feature

Ethos Bright Eyes Drops for pets cataracts in dogs featured in Dog Fancy magazine in the USA.

HEALTHY DOG – AGING EYES

Canine cataracts can affect all breeds and ages of dogs. While certain breeds are prone to congenital cataracts and diabetic dogs often get cataracts, senile cataracts occur in dogs over 6 years of age.  Each of a dog’s eyes has a clear lens inside that is used for focusing, just as a camera lens.  A normal lens in the eye is made up of 66% water and 33% protein. A pump in the lens keeps this balance in check. When this fails, the protein fibers in the lens clump together creating a crushed-ice appearance when looking into your dog’s eye.

Nuclear sclerosis is very common in dogs older than 6 years of age. It is common for dog owners to think their dog has cataracts when they notice a pearl-like, grayish-blue reflective haze in their dog’s eyes in direct light.  Nuclear sclerosis is not a cataract and does not interfere with vision.  The lens has simply hardened with age. However, it’s very easy to confuse the two.  Your veterinarian can tell the difference between a cataract and nuclear sclerosis when they examine your dog’s eyes with an ophthalmoscope.

It’s easier to prevent cataracts than cure them.  Studies in people show that taking extra vitamin E and C reduced the risk of developing cataracts by approximately 86%.  The eye has a greater concentration of vitamin C than any other organ in the body.   Only a few species do not produce their own vitamin C, specifically: bats, humans, guinea pigs and primates.  Since dogs produce their own vitamin C, supplements for canines often don’t include it.  Make sure you examine the ingredients in your dog’s supplement to ensure it is included if your dog needs it.  A diet that is rich in antioxidants also helps to prevent cataracts.

A dog with cataracts should get vitamin A, C and E along with zinc in his diet.   Studies on lutein, a yellow carotenoid pigment, and cataract formation indicate that this carotenoid is a valuable tool in both preventing and treating cataracts.  Kale and carrots are excellent sources of lutein. Adding brightly colored fruits and vegetables to your dog’s diet will help to prevent cataracts along with other diseases such as cancer.  If impaired eyesight is causing your dog to bump into walls and furniture, choose 3 different scents or perfumes to help them identify where they are in the house.  Spray one scent low on the doorjambs on either side of the door.  Use another scent for the stairs.  You may need to use the third scent if he is also bumping into certain pieces of furniture. Dogs can compensate for lack of sight with smell.  Blind dogs quickly learn to navigate to the middle of doors and avoid the stairs with this technique!

There are drops, in addition to the dietary support mentioned above, that can be placed into your dog’s eyes which have been shown to reduce or eliminate cataracts.  Ethos Bright Eyes drops from Switzerland contains N-Acetyl-Carnosine.  Dogs with cataracts were found to be seriously deficient in this one particular antioxidant.  Peter Aldred, the CEO of Ethos Bright Eyes drops states,

“Our drops are deliberately buffered to have a pH of 6.4 for this allows the drops to penetrate the cornea and reach the lens of the eye.  This creates a momentary and slight stinging sensation but is needed to create a delivery mechanism for the anti-oxidant.”

“Animallover-Jan” in Anderson, Indiana, has been rescuing dogs and cats for over 40 years.  One of her rescues, a terrier beagle mix she named Gweedie Love, was diagnosed with senile cataracts when she was 8 years old.   Her sight deteriorated over the next two years and Jan then began giving her Ethos Bright Eyes drops for Pets.    Two months after starting the drops Jan was convinced of their efficacy.  Gweedie Love’s eyes were much clearer and she was navigating and playing just like she was before the cataracts appeared.   Gweedie Love is now 16 years old and still enjoying a quality life without the symptoms of cataracts.

Sight is a wonderful sense that enriches our furry friends’ lives as it does our own. By following the above recommendations, you can help ensure that your dog will enjoy its eyesight for many long years to come.

ethos elan vital for pets

If only they could live for ever…
Unfortunately, it’s a very sad fact of life that our faithful four-legged friends have a much shorter life span than us humans do. As they age they become more and more prone to illness and debilitating diseases but now there is a brand new product available called Ethos Elan vital for pets which works at a cellular level to promote good health, wellness and longevity.
Ethos Elan vital for pets contains the very purest form of Ignotine which is naturally occurring in all mammals and, interestingly enough, there is a direct correlation between the amount of Ignotine present and overall life expectancy. Humans are born with much more Ignotine in their bodies than animals are but even this starts to diminish with age, and this is thought to be a major contributing factor to the ageing process itself.
Ethos Elan vital for pets is simply dissolved in your pets’s drinking water and is tasteless, colourless and odourless, so they won’t even know that they are taking it.
Ethos Elan vital for pets – For longevity and wellbeing – naturally…
Ethos Elan vital for pets is the most advanced designer health supplement on the market and contains 99.9% pure Ignotine. This is the only compound which has been proved scientifically to actually rejuvenate cells. Among its many amazing health properties, it goes to work making your pet’s old body cells younger again as soon as your pet starts receiving it!
Ignotine is a natural product found in all mammals and consists of the amino acids beta-alanine and L-histidine chemically bound to each other and is known scientifically as N-beta-alanyl-histidine. Nerve cells (neurons) and muscle cells (myocytes) contain high levels of Ignotine. Ignotine is NOT a drug, vitamin or mineral and it does not react with any drugs. Pets are born with high levels of Ignotine in their bodies but unfortunately it decreases with age. The good news is that you can now replenish their supplies of Ignotine naturally with a daily supplementation of Ethos Elan vital for pets which is the very purest form of Ignotine available.
Ignotine is the most effective anti-carbonylation agent yet discovered. (Carbonylation is a pathological step in the age-related degradation of your pet’s body’s proteins.) Ignotine helps to prevent skin collagen cross-linking which leads to loss of elasticity, macro-molecular disorganisation, and loss of extra cellular matrix.
Ignotine is a SuperAntiOxidant that quenches even the most destructive free radicals: the hydroxyl and peroxyl radicals, superoxide, and singlet oxygen. Ignotine helps to chelate ionic metals (flush toxins from your pet’s body).
It also acts as a regulator of zinc and copper concentrations in nerve cells, helping to prevent over stimulation by these neuroactive minerals. What is known about the biological role of Ignotine in the body substantiates all of the above and other studies have indicated further benefits.
When given as a natural health supplement Ethos Elan vital for pets protects and extends the functional life of the body’s key building blocks – cells, proteins, DNA and lipids.
Long-lived cells such as nerve cells, called neurons, and muscle cells, called myocytes, naturally contain high levels of Ignotine and these muscle levels of Ignotine correlate exactly with maximum life spans.
Ethos Elan vital for pets is 100% safe and 100% hypoallergenic – it is naturally occurring in many foods and in the body itself.
Studies on the Rejuvenating Effects of Ignotine have shown
Anti-Carbonylation: Carbonylation is a pathological step in the age-related degradation of your pet’s body’s proteins and Ignotine is the most effective anti-carbonylation agent yet discovered.
Antioxidant: Ignotine effectively quenches the most destructive of free radicals, the hydroxyl radical, as well as super oxide, singlet oxygen, and the peroxyl radical.
Cell Rejuvenation: Ignotine has the unique and quite remarkable ability to actually rejuvenate cells approaching senescence (the end of the life cycle of dividing cells), restoring normal appearance and extending their cellular life-span.
Wound Healing: Ignotine has the amazing ability to rejuvenate connective tissue cells and thus expedites wound healing.
Brain Protection: Ignotine protects the microvasculature of the brain from plaque formation that may lead to senility and Alzheimer’s disease.
Improved Calcium Response: Ignotine enables the heart muscle to contract more efficiently through enhancement of calcium response in heart myocytes.
Cellular DNA Protection: Ignotine protects cellular DNA from oxidative damage that accumulates with age.
Skin Protection: Ignotine helps prevent skin collagen cross-linking which leads to loss of elasticity, macro-molecular disorganisation, and loss of extra cellular matrix.
Ethos Elan vital for pets Rejuvenates Cells
Cultures of senescent cells cannot be mistaken for younger cells, which are uniform in appearance and line up in parallel arrays. By contrast, senescent cells exhibit a grainy appearance and take on odd shapes and sizes. They lose the ability to organise themselves in a regular pattern. These striking changes are called the senescent phenotype. A dipeptide (chemical union of two amino acids) called Ignotine has been shown to rejuvenate cells displaying the senescent phenotype, quickly restoring the juvenile phenotype (McFarland GA et al., 1999; McFarland GA et al., 1994). Below are three photographs of human cells grown in culture.
Photo A shows healthy Young Cells
Photo B shows Senescent (old) Cells
Photo C shows Senescent (old) Cells supplemented with Ignotine
Now compare Photo C against Photo A above
For best results: the recommended daily intake of Ethos Elan vital for pets is one teaspoon a day. We suggest giving your pet half a teaspoon in the morning and half a teaspoon again in the evening, preferably at least 30 minutes before their meals. Simply dissolve it mixed into their drinking water.
Unlike many health supplements, Ethos Elan vital for pets is completely tasteless, colourless and odourless so your pet won’t even know that they are taking it … until you begin to see all their beneficial results for yourself.
In an experiment to scientifically prove the incredible anti-ageing benefits of supplementation with Ignotine, one thousand mice were given Ignotine daily in their drinking water and another thousand weren’t. They were kept and raised in exactly the same controlled living environment and we will leave you to draw your own conclusions from the picture below.
Both mice are brothers of identical age!
There is nothing whatsoever wrong with either of the mice in the picture apart from simply old age! This brilliantly demonstrates the incredibly powerful anti-ageing benefits of Ignotine when it is given regularly and on a daily basis. As your pet ages, which of the two mice above would you rather he/she looks like?
Ethos Elan vital Anti-Ageing BioCellular ReJuvenation for pets is the only product on the market that is actually proved scientifically to work at a cellular level, rejuvenating cells and holding back the signs of ageing naturally. It is also the only Ignotine product that is backed and endorsed wholeheartedly by Professor Steven Charles Gallant and his many years research into anti-ageing medicine and the true wonders of Ignotine.

testIf only they could live for ever…Unfortunately, it’s a very sad fact of life that our faithful four-legged friends have a much shorter life span than us humans do. As they age they become more and more prone to illness and debilitating diseases but now there is a brand new product available called Ethos Elan vital for pets which works at a cellular level to promote good health, wellness and longevity.
Ethos Elan vital for pets contains the very purest form of Ignotine which is naturally occurring in all mammals and, interestingly enough, there is a direct correlation between the amount of Ignotine present and overall life expectancy. Humans are born with much more Ignotine in their bodies than animals are but even this starts to diminish with age, and this is thought to be a major contributing factor to the ageing process itself.
Ethos Elan vital for pets is simply dissolved in your pets’s drinking water and is tasteless, colourless and odourless, so they won’t even know that they are taking it.
Ethos Elan vital for pets – For longevity and wellbeing – naturally…
Ethos Elan vital for pets is the most advanced designer health supplement on the market and contains 99.9% pure Ignotine. This is the only compound which has been proved scientifically to actually rejuvenate cells. Among its many amazing health properties, it goes to work making your pet’s old body cells younger again as soon as your pet starts receiving it!
Ignotine is a natural product found in all mammals and consists of the amino acids beta-alanine and L-histidine chemically bound to each other and is known scientifically as N-beta-alanyl-histidine. Nerve cells (neurons) and muscle cells (myocytes) contain high levels of Ignotine. Ignotine is NOT a drug, vitamin or mineral and it does not react with any drugs. Pets are born with high levels of Ignotine in their bodies but unfortunately it decreases with age. The good news is that you can now replenish their supplies of Ignotine naturally with a daily supplementation of Ethos Elan vital for pets which is the very purest form of Ignotine available.
Ignotine is the most effective anti-carbonylation agent yet discovered. (Carbonylation is a pathological step in the age-related degradation of your pet’s body’s proteins.) Ignotine helps to prevent skin collagen cross-linking which leads to loss of elasticity, macro-molecular disorganisation, and loss of extra cellular matrix.
Ignotine is a SuperAntiOxidant that quenches even the most destructive free radicals: the hydroxyl and peroxyl radicals, superoxide, and singlet oxygen. Ignotine helps to chelate ionic metals (flush toxins from your pet’s body).
It also acts as a regulator of zinc and copper concentrations in nerve cells, helping to prevent over stimulation by these neuroactive minerals. What is known about the biological role of Ignotine in the body substantiates all of the above and other studies have indicated further benefits.
When given as a natural health supplement Ethos Elan vital for pets protects and extends the functional life of the body’s key building blocks – cells, proteins, DNA and lipids.
Long-lived cells such as nerve cells, called neurons, and muscle cells, called myocytes, naturally contain high levels of Ignotine and these muscle levels of Ignotine correlate exactly with maximum life spans.
Ethos Elan vital for pets is 100% safe and 100% hypoallergenic – it is naturally occurring in many foods and in the body itself.

Studies on the Rejuvenating Effects of Ignotine have shown
Anti-Carbonylation: Carbonylation is a pathological step in the age-related degradation of your pet’s body’s proteins and Ignotine is the most effective anti-carbonylation agent yet discovered.
Antioxidant: Ignotine effectively quenches the most destructive of free radicals, the hydroxyl radical, as well as super oxide, singlet oxygen, and the peroxyl radical.
Cell Rejuvenation: Ignotine has the unique and quite remarkable ability to actually rejuvenate cells approaching senescence (the end of the life cycle of dividing cells), restoring normal appearance and extending their cellular life-span.
Wound Healing: Ignotine has the amazing ability to rejuvenate connective tissue cells and thus expedites wound healing.
Brain Protection: Ignotine protects the microvasculature of the brain from plaque formation that may lead to senility and Alzheimer’s disease.
Improved Calcium Response: Ignotine enables the heart muscle to contract more efficiently through enhancement of calcium response in heart myocytes.
Cellular DNA Protection: Ignotine protects cellular DNA from oxidative damage that accumulates with age.
Skin Protection: Ignotine helps prevent skin collagen cross-linking which leads to loss of elasticity, macro-molecular disorganisation, and loss of extra cellular matrix.
Ethos Elan vital for pets Rejuvenates Cells
Cultures of senescent cells cannot be mistaken for younger cells, which are uniform in appearance and line up in parallel arrays. By contrast, senescent cells exhibit a grainy appearance and take on odd shapes and sizes. They lose the ability to organise themselves in a regular pattern. These striking changes are called the senescent phenotype. A dipeptide (chemical union of two amino acids) called Ignotine has been shown to rejuvenate cells displaying the senescent phenotype, quickly restoring the juvenile phenotype (McFarland GA et al., 1999; McFarland GA et al., 1994). Below are three photographs of human cells grown in culture.
Photo A shows healthy Young Cells

Photo B shows Senescent (old) Cells

Photo C shows Senescent (old) Cells supplemented with Ignotine

Now compare Photo C against Photo A above
For best results: the recommended daily intake of Ethos Elan vital for pets is one teaspoon a day. We suggest giving your pet half a teaspoon in the morning and half a teaspoon again in the evening, preferably at least 30 minutes before their meals. Simply dissolve it mixed into their drinking water.
Unlike many health supplements, Ethos Elan vital for pets is completely tasteless, colourless and odourless so your pet won’t even know that they are taking it … until you begin to see all their beneficial results for yourself.
In an experiment to scientifically prove the incredible anti-ageing benefits of supplementation with Ignotine, one thousand mice were given Ignotine daily in their drinking water and another thousand weren’t. They were kept and raised in exactly the same controlled living environment and we will leave you to draw your own conclusions from the picture below.
Both mice are brothers of identical age!

There is nothing whatsoever wrong with either of the mice in the picture apart from simply old age! This brilliantly demonstrates the incredibly powerful anti-ageing benefits of Ignotine when it is given regularly and on a daily basis. As your pet ages, which of the two mice above would you rather he/she looks like?
Ethos Elan vital Anti-Ageing BioCellular ReJuvenation for pets is the only product on the market that is actually proved scientifically to work at a cellular level, rejuvenating cells and holding back the signs of ageing naturally. It is also the only Ignotine product that is backed and endorsed wholeheartedly by Professor Steven Charles Gallant and his many years research into anti-ageing medicine and the true wonders of Ignotine.

Cataracts for Dogs – What is this?

Cataracts for Dogs – What is this?

 Cataracts for Dogs Dissolved with NAC Eye Drops Cataracts for dogs are among the most typical issues influencing the eyes of pet dogs. Influencing just about all dog breeds as dogs become older. Associated with cataracts for dogs, there are numerous kinds and results in association with the development of cataracts. Regardless that they may be quite typical, a whole lot continues to be unfamiliar regarding pet cataracts. Until recently, really the only cure seemed to be surgical procedures as well as the treatments and procedures designed to eliminate dogs cataracts tend to be just like those found for treating human beings.

Bright Eyes NAC eye drops were originally developed to treat humans but they work equally as well with pets and all other animals. Cataracts in dogs is very common as they age and again, especially if they have diabetes. In fact, seventy-five percent of all dogs diagnosed with cataracts will develop cataracts within one year of the first diagnosis and it can develop very rapidly, literally overnight in some very severe cases. Because of age, other complications, and the costs involved, it is not always possible for pets to undergo cataracts surgery and our Ethos Bright Eyes drops for pets provide an excellent and natural alternative to help restore your pets vision back to full clarity again.

Cataracts for dogs are very rampant, especially for those dogs that are already aging. When the impacted dog has gone through a comprehensive evaluation to ascertain whether it is a viable applicant for surgery, a little cut is made in the eye, and a hole is created inside the capsular bag where the lens of the eye is located. A unique probe ultrasonically emulsifies the lens which is then sucked out using a minute vacuum device. When the lens with the cataracts has been taken away, a new synthetic intraocular lens (IOL) or perhaps Intra ocular lens is then inserted and positioned within the capsular bag and this is the most common treatment for cataracts for dogs. Therefore a surgical procedure will most likely display to some extent an improvement regarding improved vision however, it is still not even close to an ideal remedy. Following on from an uncomplicated cataract extraction, vision will be improved even if the lens is not replaced. This gives the dog what has been called ‘functional vision’ i.e. the dog can then generally navigate without bumping into things but will often still have difficulty with depth perception and playing with toys. You will find that there is a selection of intraocular lenses readily available for canines. In animal patients where the use of glasses or contact lenses isn’t possible, the need for intraocular corrective lenses is even greater than that of humans. The refractive power of the lens needed is determined by the axial length of the globe, the curvature of the cornea, and the location of the replacement lens within the eye. In humans, a lens of 16-18 diopters is generally used; measurements in dogs eyes usually indicate that a lens of 40-43 diopters is required. Thus, dogs stand to benefit greatly from the use of a replacement intraocular lenses.

During the post operation period, pet dogs could have a lot more irritation in their eyes plus there is often more scarring damage than in human beings. This kind of scarring damage really does little to reduce eye-sight and, despite the fact that nearly all owners observe a rise in their dogs perspective right after a cataract removal surgical procedure. Just like cataract procedures in people, cataracts procedures for dogs in most cases the end result is fairly successful. Around five to ten percent of dogs will never get back very good eyesight because of issues, and might sometimes even end up completely sightless inside the eye that has been operated on.

If you feel your dog is actually suffering from cataracts the best advice is to go and see your local veterinary clinic ophthalmologist for an eye examination and ask for a complete and thorough check over for your pet which will reviel if in fact your pet has cataracts or any other eye conditions that require treatment.

After a lens has developed a cataract, you might tend to handle your beloved family pet in exactly the same manner that you’d tend to deal with your own personal cataract or that of another family member. When you have established that your particular dog has cataracts your following phase is always to inquire with your local veterinarian ophthalmologist to confirm your suspicions that it is in fact a cataract and not some other underlying eye complaint. Operating on cataracts for dogs can work out very costly and your local veterinary surgeon will be able to advise you of the costs and the other implications of cataracts surgery. It can be extremely improbable that the animal medical practitioner will advise using eye drops since he/she more than likely won’t have experienced examples of dealing with your dog in this way yet. An eye drop that contains the particular super anti-oxidising agent N-Acetyl-Carnosine (NAC) is a newly developed alternative to invasive cataracts surgery and should be thoroughly investigated. Just like practically all nutritional vitamins, dietary supplements, and alternative health products the NAC eye drops are non-invasive and have no known contraindications or unwanted side-effects. What is most likely though is that your animal medical practitioner will most help you to look down the only real course that they know and are familiar with and that is the route of cataracts surgery.

Cataracts for dogs can be a real worry and a big burden to most people, especially when they really love their pet dog and treat them as if they are a part of the family and want their own family and obviously only want the very best of treatment available for them. Sometimes the NAC eye drops are in fact the only possible course of treating cataracts for dogs if the dog is old and has other health issues which stop it being a viable candidate for cataracts surgery.

Dogs Cataracts – A Common Problem in Pets

Dogs Cataracts – A Common Problem in Pets

 Dogs Cataracts Dissolved with NAC Eye Drops Many people adore their pets and especilaly dogs. Like any living thing, they should be properly looked after and taken care of by their owners, thus any problems such as dogs cataracts should be diagnosed and treated as early on as possible. Many experts state that dogs cataracts is one disease that is most likely to attack your favorite pet in later years. Dogs cataracts can develop in all types of breed of dogs. A great number of veterinarians can also say that this particular type of condition has an effect on various ages and several other forms of canines.

Dogs cataracts develop naturally with old age and are caused by a cross-linking of proteins in the lens of the eye and it is fact that cataracts affects most species of pet dogs. The phrase cataract really means a clouding or opacification of the natural lens of the eye. In lots of circumstances the milky eye from the dog is simply not because of canine cataracts, nevertheless to your condition that is generally known as ‘nuclear sclerosis.’ Most dogs’ cataracts grow in very much the same fashion, despite the fact that right now there are several causes. A normal dog eye is actually managed on exactly what is known to as any not properly hydrated state. In which is to say it comprises of sixty percent of liquid and also thirty-three percent of protein. Presently there is a great complex sodium water pump motor system which can greatly affect the salt level in the dogs body.

Bright Eyes drops were originally developed to treat humans but they work equally as well with pets and all other animals. Cataracts in dogs is very common as they age and especially if they have diabetes. In fact, seventy-five percent of all dogs diagnosed with cataracts will develop cataracts within one year of the first diagnosis and it can develop very rapidly, literally overnight in some very severe cases. Because of age, other complications, and the costs involved, it is not always possible for pets to undergo cataracts surgery and our Ethos Bright Eyes drops for pets provide an excellent and natural alternative to help restore your pets vision back to full clarity again.

The actual age from which a pet usually exhibits indications regarding developing cataracts is actually very significant in discovering the kind of cataract. The age of onset might aid in deciding if the actual cataracts are inherited or possibly trauma related. Congenital dogs cataracts exist at birth and genetic cataracts usually occur on both of the pet dogs eyes. You might think that genetic cataracts are passed down from the parents but this is not necessarily the case as puppies can be susceptible to bacterial contamination and/or poisons while still in the womb. Developmental cataracts begin earlier in the dogs life and may well be inherited or caused by other things within the dogs natural environment. Inherited cataracts in an earlier age tend to be more common in certain dog breed. Cataracts which happen in dogs in excess of the age of six years old tend to be referred to as senile cataracts.

Nuclear sclerosis is a hardening of the lens of the eye and causes the lens to have a grayish appearance and is commonly confused with senile cataracts.This greyish-blue haze increases as the dog ages but is NOT a cataract, and does not usually interfere with the dogs vision. Nuclear sclerosis also occurs in humans, and the hardening of the lens with age results in reduced near-vision and this is one reason why people in their 40′s and older need reading glasses because their lenses no longer are soft enough to easily change shape to allow for near vision. Another name for this is presbyopia, which means ‘old eye’.

It is almost impossible to tell the difference between nuclear sclerosis and cataract in your dog. Even having your family veterinarian evaluate your dog’s eyes might not give you a definitive answer as it is even very difficult for a doctor who is not an ophthalmologist to differentiate between these two conditions. However, veterinary ophthalmologists can tell the difference between nuclear sclerosis and cataract; using specialised equipment and their expertise so it is well worth making sure that you see a specialist to get an accurate diagnosis in the first place and before considering any type of treatment. Also, keep in mind that dogs can develop both nuclear sclerosis and cataracts at the same time.

Dogs also can adapt well if one eye is blind from cataract and the other is not. Often they adapt so well that their owner does not even realise that their dog cannot see out of one eye. Dogs can also adapt well, up to a point, even if both eyes gradually develop severe cataracts; dogs can develop a ‘memory map’ as to where things are in their familiar environment. So also keep in mind that dogs with poor vision usually do not let their owners know that they have a vision problem until it is severe in both eyes. Therefore is is advisable to have a regular check up carried out by a specialist veterinary ophthalmologists so that any eye conditions can be detected early on and treatment started.

Inherited cataracts within pet dogs may well occur on their own or may be affected simultaneously with other conditions of the eye. Obviously a pet dog that is diagnosed with inherited cataracts should not necessarily be used for breeding. Trauma resulting from any kind of dangerous incident can certainly also affect the eye of the pet and cause cataracts to start developing in the injured eye. Fructose is actually also produced, coming from extra glucose, and this also contributes to the issue. Unfortunately, in many of these cases they can easily become very hostile dogs. Cataracts, as well as other conditions of the eye, will eventually lead to blindness if left untreated. This can take several years or just months depending upon the cause of the dogs cataracts. Diabetes is one of the commonest causes of dogs cataracts and all diabetic dogs will develop cataracts because of the constant infusion of sugars into the lens of the eye. If this is the case then the diabetes also needs to be addressed at the same time as treating the cataracts.