From Rover.com, "How Do Dogs Choose Their Favorite Person?"
At the New York Times, "Does Your Pet Need an Eye Doctor?"
We definitely offer all three of the basic tests described in the article- Schirmer tear tests, fluorescein stain, and the tonometer to check intra-ocular pressure. There are, of course, a number of other tests for more exotic eye problems, and if one of the doctors is suspicious that our diagnostics aren't sufficient, they would talk with you about taking your pet to see a veterinary ophthalmologist.
From the New York Times, "Are Pets the New Probiotic?"
Little joke here: How do you know these people are telling the truth? Because everybody who actually has feline family members knows it's impossible to "own" a cat.
Via the CSU Source, "CSU trains Green Beret medics in veterinary and human medicine."
I have heard of military medics and corpsmen learning how to fix service dogs, but I'd never thought about the livestock angle.