Visit The Kennel Club (KC) at The Game Fair to have your dog’s eyes tested and talk about other relevant health tests for your breed.

Eye testing is really important for all breeds of dog, including working gundogs and it only takes ten minutes so can be completed on the day.

BVA/KC/ISDS Eye Testing

Appointments available on Friday, July 26th, and Saturday, July 27th for BVA/KC/ISDS eye testing.

Benefits of BVA/KC/ISDS Eye Scheme:

Comprehensive assessment: Detect potential eye concerns early, even those not visible in routine checkups.
Responsible breeding: Provides the information you need to make informed breeding decisions to improve eye health of future litters
Peace of mind: Know your companion’s eyes are healthy and enjoy activities together worry-free.

To find out more about the BVA/KC/ISDS Eye scheme visit, Eye screening scheme | Dog health | The Kennel Club.

Cost: £47.50 per dog

Assessment type: Routine assessments only, PLA (gonioscopy) is not available

Contact: Email [email protected] for bookings and further information


Importance of canine eye testing

Testing is particularly important if you’re thinking of breeding from your dog, and for those who are, you need to have all your health tests in place for both the mother and father beforehand- so visit the KC team to talk about those relevant for your breed.

The KC is the largest organisation in the UK devoted to dog health, welfare and training and also runs the UK’s largest registration database for pedigree dogs and an activity register for crossbreed dogs. The objective is to ensure that dogs live healthy, happy lives with responsible owners.

Kennel Club Charitable Trust

This supports research into dog diseases and many dog welfare charities, including The Kennel Club Breed Rescue where organisations rehome dogs and assist dog charities. Through the Trust, the KC also jointly runs health-screening schemes with the British Veterinary Association (BVA) and funds The Kennel Club Genetics Centre at the University of Cambridge – which is at the forefront of pioneering research into dog health.