Description: An eye condition in which excessive fluid buildup causes increased pressure which may damage the optic nerve and lead to progressive loss of vision. If not treated quickly, blurred vision, blindness, and permanent loss of vision can result.
Symptoms: Symptoms cause pain, dilated pupils, cornea cloudiness, increased eye blood vessel size, and eye protrusion.
Treatment: Treatment includes medication and surgery.

Surgery can cost between $1400-$3000 depending on severity

Breeds prone to Glaucoma include: