My Jack chi terrier seems as if he has lost his eyesight. he is 15 years old in January. At...
home, he seems as if he is listening to where I am, rather than looking at me. Outside he seems to see okay. Is there a way I can check him?
Find one of his favorite things, be it a toy or snack and move it across his field of vision; try to see if you can get him to visually track it (i.e. his eyes follow the object).
Has he been bumping into things? Not finding things that he usually has no trouble with? Acting fearful or unusual in general? These could also be indicators. Either way the best thing to do is take him to the vet.
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