Update: 3 weeks later and still no tears so the specialist is going to try and add another eye drop to my lists of ones I take so right now my eye medications are costing $200.00 a month. If this does not work and I can not make my own tears then the specialist will need to do surgery and move a salivary gland (parotid duct transposition) to each of my eyes. Please consider making a donation to help with my medications and surgery. Paypal: email@example.com or mail a check to our main office thanks
Update: I am currently under care with the eye specialist to see what can be done to correct the severe dry eyes that I suffer from. Right now my eye drops are costing the rescue $125.00 a month please consider donating as the specialist said I will need surgery as well.
Emma is a 8 year old fawn pug who just came into rescue with terrible dry eyes she will be visiting the vet to see if there is anything more that can be done. She still has some vision in her eyes so she will be on drops for the rest of her life to preserve what she has.
If you can not adopt please consider making a donation to help us help Emma. We are hoping someone has a solution for her dry eyes.
Emma has been around children and other dogs not sure about cats. But because of her eyes the cats would need to not have front claws so as not to injure her eyes. Emma has separate anxiety and needs a human that works from home and that she can be close by to. Even with the other pugs in her foster home Emma gets frantic if she can't find a human in sight.
Foster in Virginia Beach, VA once she is ready her adoption fee will be $125.00. Please put in your application at www.pugrescuenc.org
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