Do you know much about the research they are doing in Tucson at the Valley Fever Center for Excellence (research includes how it affects both people and dogs)? My dog has just been diagnosed recently with Valley Fever, and is being treated with Fluconizole. She went blind within 2 weeks of her diagnosis, so now I also give her eyedrops 3-4 times daily, and need to take her 1x per month to see the vet Opthalmologist to have her eye pressure tested in case glaucoma may develop after the inflammation is under control. The good news is that I found a pharmacist called Roadrunner Pharmacy that makes their own compound of Fluconizole which is on sale at an 80% discount now so my dog's 100 mg caps (2x/day) are only costing $35/mo. rather than the normal price of over $100 per month! Have you heard of any people (or dogs) going blind from Valley Fever? Let me know if you find a support group or message board for Valley Fever. Thx!