Welcome To Animal Eye Clinic
At Animal Eye Clinic of Pensacola, we are honored to provide superior pet eye care. We work in conjunction with your family veterinarian as a specialty referral practice. Our location is open five days a week to serve our clients with the best treatment plan available. Discover more about how we can help your pet live a healthy and happy life.
Diagnosing Vision Problems in Pets
Your veterinarian will likely notice a possible concern with your pet’s vision when you bring them in for a pet wellness exam. At that time, your regular veterinarian will refer them to our facility in Pensacola. Our team will then discern the best treatment for your pet. If surgery is deemed necessary, we will assess the health of your pet to determine they are fit to undergo the procedure.
Veterinarian in Pensacola
Keeping your pet’s eyes in good health is a significant component of providing the best possible pet care. Our mission is to deliver this vital service to your pets in cooperation with your regular veterinarian. Our veterinary ophthalmologists can provide targeted treatment plans to restore your pet’s vision as quickly and effectively as possible. For more information or to schedule an appointment, contact us today!
Services We Offer
Dr. Eric Storey
Dr Storey is a board certified veterinary ophthalmologist with specialized training in diseases and surgery of the retina.
Dr Storey was raised and educated here in Pensacola Florida . He is so excited about having the opportunity to come back home and is looking forward to working with and supporting the local veterinarians with ophthalmic cases. He received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) from Auburn University in 1999 and then completed a small animal rotating internship at the University of Illinois. He then attended graduate school and completed a three-year veterinary ophthalmology residency at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in Saskatchewan in 2003. During this residency program, he obtained specialized training in diseases and surgery of retina. For the past 12 years he served as an associate professor in the Department of Clinical Sciences and Chief of Ophthalmology at LSU College of Veterinary Medicine, in Baton Rouge, La with responsibilities in teaching, research and clinical service. He served as an ophthalmology clinician and surgeon to include vitreoretinal surgeries, teaching and training veterinary students and residents, and performing basic and clinical research in ophthalmology.
What Our Clients Are Saying
They go above and beyond in care and dedication...100% recommendation!!!
Absolutely wonderful staff! The BEST doctor ever! Both of our Cocker Spaniels needed surgery and they both did so well and look amazing! They took such good care of them and we are just so grateful!
Keeping my babies healthy is important to me and I feel it is just as important to them. I have had nothing but great experiences here.
Highly recommend them - from the Doctors to the staff - they are all wonderful!