Blind Pit Bull Sweetly Cuddles Kitty Best Friend

Petunia the blind pit bull spends some precious time with her best friend Griffin the cat. This heartwarming clip shows them cuddling, hugging, and giving each other kisses.

Is It Common For Pit Bulls To Go Blind?

It is not uncommon for pit bulls to go blind. This is because they are a breed that is prone to developing blindness as they age. There are a number of things that can cause blindness in pit bulls, including genetic disorders, cataracts, and glaucoma.

If you have a pit bull and you are worried about them going blind, be sure to take them for regular eye exams so that any problems can be caught and treated early.

Blindness is one of the most common health problems in pit bulls. There are a number of things that can cause blindness in pit bulls, including genetic defects, infections, and injuries.

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Are Pitbulls Blind At Night?

Pitbulls are not blind at night. In fact, many breeds of dogs can see in the dark because their eyesight is improved compared to humans who rely on using our other senses such as hearing and smell.

A dog’s eyes work by capturing light rays coming from an object and focusing them on the retina – which converts these images into nerve impulses that are sent through the optic nerve to various parts of the brain for processing.

The Pitbull has a specific type of eye called an “feline green” which means they have more sensitive retinas than other breeds due to having less melanin in their coats which filters out some wavelengths from reaching his eyes resulting in him seeing better at night then during day time.

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Pitbulls are no more or less blind at night than any other dog breed. However, because they have a very keen sense of smell, it’s important to keep their eyes and nose free from gunk so they can clearly see what is going on around them.

This means keeping your home clean and eliminating odors with regular cleaning or masking tape over smelly areas before bedtime for example will help Pitbull sleep better through the night!

Are Pit Bull Eye Problems Common?

There are a number of eye problems that are common in Pit Bulls. Some of the most common problems include entropion, cherry eye, and progressive retinal atrophy.

One common problem is called entropion, which is a rolling in of the eyelid that can cause the hair on the eyelashes to rub against the surface of the eye. This can lead to inflammation and scarring of the cornea.

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Entropion is a condition where the eyelashes turn inward and rub against the surface of the eye, causing irritation and scratched corneas.

Cherry eye is a condition where part of the gland that sits just below the surface of the eye pops out and becomes swollen. And progressive retinal atrophy is a condition where the retina slowly dies, leading to blindness.

Another common problem is called ectropion, which is a turning out of the eyelid that can allow moisture and bacteria to collect on the surface of the eye. This can lead to infection and even blindness.

All of these conditions can be treated if they are caught early, but if left untreated they can lead to blindness or even loss of an eye.