​​​Shield Stone Pet Hospital 

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A tonopen measures the pressure in the eye to check for glaucoma.

Indirect ophthalmoscope/KOWA SL 14 slit lamp:

Eyes are viewed using an indirect ophthalmoscope gives the ability to see eye response to light & different reflections as well as the ability to view the cornea and retina with magnification if needed.

Weck operating microscope: 

Allows the doctor to view minuscule objects through the microscope. This microscope is used specifically for eye surgeries such as cataract surgery.

Frigitronics CE-2000 Cryosurgical System:

A probe is applied to the eye without any incision into the tissue, then Co2 is used to freeze the eye to help reduce the pressure in the eye. It is considered to be less invasive type of procedure than incisional surgery. This procedure is used for patients with glaucoma.

Our hospital’s ophthalmic facility has the latest and most complete line of ocular surgical and diagnostic equipment in this area. These include:


  • ​​Eyelid & all forms of eyelid surgery: Entropion Surgery, Ectropion Surgery, Growth on eyelid, etc.​
  • Third-Eyelid Flap
  • Cornea Conjunctiva Pedicle Flap

  • ​Glaucoma
  • Contact Lens
  • Wound: Ulceration​
  • Cryo-therapy

Patients come to Shield Stone Pet Hospital Eye Clinic from around the Central Valley. While many are referred to us by their primary care veterinarian, our services are also available to patients whom their owner finds us on their own. Although referral by your veterinarian is not mandatory, we do request their contact information so that we may keep your veterinarian informed of our findings and of the progress of your pet’s eye problems. Patients referred from their primary care veterinarian, remember your regular veterinarian will administer your pet’s primary health care.

We offer the latest diagnostic and treatment techniques using state-of-the-art-instrumentation. We will provide a diagnosis, describe the ocular condition in clear and understandable terms, and discuss the necessary recommended medication(s) and treatment. We make every effort to see each client at their appointment time, but emergencies must take precedence. Please be sure to bring your pets information from your referring veterinarian regarding your pet’s medical history (i.e. current medications & up-to-date blood work). This information is beneficial in the diagnosis and management of your pets ocular needs.