Eye Symptoms

Head Anatomy Diagram  A) Ear Canal B) Brain C) Trigeminal Nerve D) Ophthalmic Nerve E) Maxillary Nerve  F) Mandibular Nerve

Head Anatomy Diagram

A) Ear Canal B) Brain C) Trigeminal Nerve D) Ophthalmic Nerve E) Maxillary Nerve

F) Mandibular Nerve

Equine eye conditions can come in many forms, but the tell tale signs are almost always visible, even when the eyes look completely normal but your horse is displaying what seems to be behavioral problems. 

No matter what the condition is, we try to address the most common conditions with articles compiled over time.   
 

Information & Articles For Common Eye Conditions

 Before reading these articles provided as a courtesy, please understand that the Guardian Mask Company or Outdoor Functional Wear is not a veterinary practice nor do we employ a Veterinarian in-house.  We have placed these articles here for horse owners as a courtesy.  Always seek the advice of your veterinarian before trying any products or medications.