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Published on 18 Jul 2018 / In People & Blogs

Tevida Eye exams should be done on any dog you are thinking of breeding and also any Tevida dog who seems to be having a vision problem. That might include a dog who is Tevida

suddenly having problems jumping in agility or obedience or even a dog who cocks his head and checks carefully before going up or down the stairs. Many, if not

most breeds, require a CERF eye exam to qualify for the Canine Health Information Center number. Personally, I feel that any dog doing any sort of performance

activity, whether spayed or neutered, mixed breed or purebred, ought to be checked so you know if it is safe for that dog to be competing. Mixed breeds have virtually of the same eye defects as purebred dogs.

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