I may be blind, but anyone who has dogs with vision problems knows that sight is not our most important sense, and that us blind dogs develop excellent hearing and scent. Also, I am loving, kind and attentive (just look at my cute head tilt): the whole package!
Here’s how you can help me: get your application in to adopt me or share my story so I can find the forever home that I deserve!
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