Pigmentary Keratitis | VCA Animal Hospital
Pigmentary keratitis refers to a brownish-black discoloration of the surface of the eye, caused by the deposition of pigmented melanin granules. Pigmentary keratitis is most common in brachycephalic dogs, such as Pugs, Boxers, Bulldogs, and French Bulldogs. This is likely due to their facial conformation, as well as genetic factors.
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