Cataract-I found a reliable remedy for tape worms, manufactured by Ed F. Haberlain, McPherson, Kan., but I don’t find any advertising a remedy for removing a cataract from a dog’s eye. Possibly there is none, but would be please if you could give me a cure. My dog had distemper last fall and since has been able to see only indistinctly. Three doctors pronounced it cataract but since then one eye has partially cleared up until it is a transparent green while the other still remains the ground class or opaque appearance. Surely there must be, in this modern age, a cure for cataract without resorting to a surgeon’s knife, as I have been advised to do. This dog is only two years old so don’t think that old age is causing the blindness.
If really cataract, an operation by an experienced person will be the only remedy. However, as one of the eyes has recovered partly it may be that the other one also may come around in time. Since the ailment was caused by distemper, there is every reason to surmise that it is not cataract. In many cases where proper treatment during distemper was not resorted to this sort of eye trouble follows, often blinding the dog for life but if Haberlain’s Eye Lotion was used in time the eyes could be restored to natural function in short time.
Harding, A.R.. 3001 Questions and Answers. Columbus, Oh: A.R. Harding, 1913.
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