What an incredibly sweet dog!
Dini came to us with 7 young pups and a terrible eye condition. After assessing her eyes, it was determined that the best course of action, to help her live a pain free life, was to remove both eyes.She may now be officially blind, but you'd NEVER know it! She follows the sound of your voice, is very appreciative of a nice bath and comfy couch, and would benefit from a home with routine and another dog to show her the way. She does love the company of other dogs and is often the one to initiate play.
Here's some tips for living with a blind dog: http://www.peteducation.com/article.cfm?c=2+2085&aid=3620
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