Oh Kat, I fully intended to see an ophthalmologist. That comes after this initial thing with the drops to try and get the pressure down. It is an arm and a leg all right. When the vet told me what it would be, I thought to myself, Oh great....here we go again. You should have seen what my poor, sick Doberman cost me for over a year in managing his liver disease, masticatory myocytis or trigeminal neuropathy and eventually cancer. His care to keep the liver from going completely out of hand...to keep him comfortable and relatively okay, cost me about $700. a month for over a year. There was a nutritionist, special home cooked food, a huge array of suppliments, very costly prescriptions, vet visits/blood draws to check liver enzymes every month, ultra sound, laproscopy, biopsies, blood transfusions, time spent in a high tech, specialty hospital in Seattle. It was thousands. So, I am looking at this eye thing as probable pocket change. Something will be done and that will be that, I expect. Thanks Bratt and Snark. Yeah, once I find out that something is wrong, I spare no expense to make them well again or whatever the best thing is that can be done. The trouble is, now I can't eat just mac and cheese or Top Ramen because it goes against my new dietary regulations. lol. Thanks everyone. I'll let you know when I know what is going to happen.