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Meet Woody! He was brought to the animal shelter on a Saturday morning (by his owners) with one of his eye balls hanging out. He was rushed to the vet and we just happened to be there for an appointment. He needed a rescue to pull him so he could have his surgery and we were there for him.
Woody has healed up nicely and is adjusting well. He is laid back, extremely sweet and affectionate, quiet and loving. He is a special dog that needs a special forever home. His other eye had been previously removed so this sweet boy is completely blind.
He is looking for a quiet home, with maybe one other dog for companionship. Woody loves attention and needs a lot of it. He will adjust to a new routine with time and patience. He is crate trained.
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