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Veterinary Vision prides itself on giving back to the community. Here is a sampling of ways in which we do this:

Veterinary Vision donates to the Vision for Animals Foundation in the name of long-term patients .

  • The mission of the ACVO Vision for Animals Foundation (VAF) is to improve the quality of life of animals by preserving and restoring vision through education and science.

  • The VAF provides funding for grants in support of research, by qualified animal health care professionals and scientists, into the elimination of ocular diseases causing vision loss and suffering in animals.

Veterinary Vision also provides discounted ophthalmologic exams for animals under the care of verified not-for-profit rescue organizations, as well as zoos and wildlife rescue organizations.


We participate annually in the ACVO & StokesRx National Service Animal Eye Exam Event

  • This is a philanthropic effort provided to the public by the board certified Diplomates of the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists who donate their time, staff and services to provide free screening ocular exams each May to protect the eye health of qualified Service and Working Animals.

  • Nearly 7,500 Service Animals Received Free, Sight-Saving Eye Screenings during 10th Anniversary of Annual ACVO®/StokesRx National Service Animal Eye Exam Event in 2017

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Digital Newsletter

Veterinary Vision produces a digital newsletter 3-4 times a year. Each newsletter announces and expands upon the upcoming seminar topic and provides a link to register. It may also contain information about ophthalmic diseases, diagnosis and treatment; updates from the annual meeting of the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists; and/or selected photo challenge cases.


Veterinary Vision hosts evening seminars from 6:30-8 PM. The meeting provides one hour of RACE approved CE and includes a light dinner.

Spaces at these small seminars is limited – call (650) 551-1115 to reserve.