Stevie is totally blind. She arrived at the shelter with a head injury which could have been due to a dog bite to her head, since she can not see visual cues from other dogs. Shel loves to play and does not even know she has a disability. She is crate trained and working on housebreaking. Stevie is learning how to walk on a leash and some basic obedience. She comes running when she hears your voice. Stevie likes other dogs and cats, but will need patient ones to cohabitate with. She is spayed, microchiped and current on vaccinations.
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