BlindDogs.com is a great resource for information on living with visually impaired dogs, including an online support group for people who are coping with the lifestyle changes that come from living with a blind animal.
The Blind Dog Rescue Alliance works to educate people about living with visually impaired dogs. The site has tips for living with visually impaired dogs, as well as stories and videos about the amazing things that visually impaired dogs can do.
The Farm at Natchez Trace offers comprehensive care for dogs and cats, including picking up your pet from our clinic, providing 24/7 care and administration of medications as prescribed by our ophthalmologists, and a warm and attentive staff and environment. Recommended for owners who may not be available to provide the appropriate aftercare for their pets following ocular surgery
Buttercup’s Pet Hospice: Dr. Anne Stanland and licensed clinic social worker Peg Beehan offer in-home hospice services for dogs and cats and bereavement support for owners in middle Tennessee.
American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists (ACVO)