Collaboration and Education allows Eyeshine Veterinary to provide excellent Ophthalmology service to pets and their people!
Eyeshine Veterinary follows a patient-centered team-based healthcare model, which means we collaborate with the members of each patient’s healthcare team: Eyeshine Veterinary, Primary Care Veterinarian, and the Pet Family. Together we can formulate the best possible care for each individual patient. As an independent veterinary practice, Eyeshine Veterinary is free to recommend any treatment, diagnostic, medication, or procedure that is truly best for every patient. Eyeshine Veterinary prides itself on being honest, positive, and approachable in all aspects of your pet’s care. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask.
The Eyeshine Veterinary Team includes Dr. Zoe Reed – Board-Certified Veterinary Ophthalmologist and owner of Eyeshine Veterinary. Dr. Reed is grateful to have a superstar team of veterinary technicians with special training on veterinary eye issues and treatments, along with an outstanding client services team to help care for our clients and patients. Dr. Reed has worked hard to create a patient-centered practice that uses evidence-based medicine in an environment of education and true compassion. We strive to “make the world a better place by caring for animals and the people who love them.”
Pro-Bono Ophthalmology Services for wildlife caregivers including Wild at Heart Raptors, Southwest Wildlife Conservation Services, Fallen Feathers, etc.
Thank you for choosing Eyeshine Veterinary for your pet’s ophthalmology needs.
Veterinary Community Involvement
Reed Z, Doering CJ, Barrett PM. Modification of the Roberts-Bistner procedure for feline eyelid agenesis using 2-octyl cyanoacrylate in nine eyes of five cats. J Am Vet Med Assoc. 2018 Jan;252(2):215-221.
Reed Z, Doering CJ, Barrett PM. Tarantula hair keratoconjunctivitis with concurrent fungal infection in a Rat Terrier. J Am Anim Hosp Assoc. 2016 Nov/Dec;52(6):392-397.
Groth AD, Hollingsworth SR, Ofri R, Kass PH, Reed Z, Murphy CJ. Clinical comparison of the Welch Allyn SureSight™ handheld autorefractor vs. streak retinoscopy in dogs. Vet Ophthalmol. 2013 Sep;16(5):319-323.
Reed Z, Thomasy SM, Good KL, Maggs DJ, Magdesian KG, Pusterla N, Hollingsworth SR. Equine keratomycoses in California from 1987 to 2010 (47 cases). Equine Vet J. 2013 May;45(3):361-366.
Arizona’s Only Independent Veterinary Ophthalmologist