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IARTIFICIAL EYES AND TEETH…

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ARTIFICIAL EYES AND TEETH FOR ANIMALS. In the Rambler an interesting article on the subject of animals with glass eyes and false teeth appeared recently. In the course of a chat with a well-known maker of glass eyes it transpired that blindness in animals is more frequent than is generally supposed, loss of sight being caused as a rule by some un- accountable accidents. The demand for artificial eyes for members of the canine tribe, the maker assures us, is quite brisk, which is accounted for by the strange fashion of making pets of bulldogs and bull-terriers. And some ot the magnificent horses one can see in Rotten-row almost every morning are blind in one eye, though a glass one hides the fact. Artificial eyes for dogs are not stocked, despite the brisk demand for them; they have to be specially made to order, and this being so they are expensive, a single eye costing from £ 2 to £ 3. Valuable horses, dogs, and cats also wear false teeth; their teeth are more carefully tended than are those of the majority of mankind.

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