Bad, Cats, and Dogs: Halo is home resting & Venus wasted no time stepping in to comfort & protect her. It's amazing how they know when something is wrong. If you missed the last post, Halo had her 2nd eye removed today due to primary glaucoma leading to an extreme overnight change in pressures we've been managing with drops. All of the sudden it went from the drops being a life changer to the glaucoma progressing in hyper speed overnight spiking pressure & causing pain. The last post gives more details & like always, I want to use our unfortunate incident to spread awareness about this nasty disease. Please please please google glaucoma in cats-dogs & become familiar with the symptoms which are extremely subtle & hard to notice in early stages. Often times by the time you notice something it's too late. It's different from humans & the way we can manage it & keep it at bay for years. I want to give a big thank you to Animal Emergency Center Rochester & staff for taking such good care of her again as an emergency when the eye specialist couldn't fit her in & also for being so patient & understanding, taking extra time to explain everything. It's over now & she can just put it behind her & recover. Another big thank you to all of you for sending love, positive vibes, prayers, & for sharing your own stories of this same scenario happening to you and how your blind dog is thriving. We needed that encouragement because we feel so bad for her. šŸ˜¢šŸ˜æ You guys are the best & made this a whole lot easier to deal with today with all the love. šŸ˜˜šŸ˜½ We are prepared to give her the extra attention she'll need while adjusting to being blind & navigating around the house. Again, please familiarize yourself with glaucoma especially if you have a breed who is known for being genetically predisposed. Shiba Inus aren't on those lists but just about everyone we've been to says they see it in Shibas all the time so even if your dog isn't on the list know the signs anyway. Don't dismiss a watery eye for seasonal allergies. It could be as simple as that or the start of glaucoma. Better to check pressures and catch it early if it is the onset of glaucoma. Thanks again everyone! XOXO šŸ˜˜šŸ˜½ shibainu

Halo is home resting & Venus wasted no time stepping in to comfort & protect her. It's amazing how they know when something is wrong. If you missed the last post, Halo had her 2nd eye removed today due to primary glaucoma leading to an extreme overnight change in pressures we've been managing with drops. All of the sudden it went from the drops being a life changer to the glaucoma progressing in hyper speed overnight spiking pressure & causing pain. The last post gives more details & like always, I want to use our unfortunate incident to spread awareness about this nasty disease. Please please please google glaucoma in cats-dogs & become familiar with the symptoms which are extremely subtle & hard to notice in early stages. Often times by the time you notice something it's too late. It's different from humans & the way we can manage it & keep it at bay for years. I want to give a big thank you to Animal Emergency Center Rochester & staff for taking such good care of her again as an emergency when the eye specialist couldn't fit her in & also for being so patient & understanding, taking extra time to explain everything. It's over now & she can just put it behind her & recover. Another big thank you to all of you for sending love, positive vibes, prayers, & for sharing your own stories of this same scenario happening to you and how your blind dog is thriving. We needed that encouragement because we feel so bad for her. šŸ˜¢šŸ˜æ You guys are the best & made this a whole lot easier to deal with today with all the love. šŸ˜˜šŸ˜½ We are prepared to give her the extra attention she'll need while adjusting to being blind & navigating around the house. Again, please familiarize yourself with glaucoma especially if you have a breed who is known for being genetically predisposed. Shiba Inus aren't on those lists but just about everyone we've been to says they see it in Shibas all the time so even if your dog isn't on the list know the signs anyway. Don't dismiss a watery eye for seasonal allergies. It could be as simple as that or the start of glaucoma. Better to check pressures and catch it early if it is the onset of glaucoma. Thanks again everyone! XOXO šŸ˜˜šŸ˜½ shibainu

Halo is home resting & Venus wasted no time stepping in to comfort & protect her It's amazing how they know when something is wrong If you missed the last post Halo had her 2nd eye removed today due to primary glaucoma leading to an extreme overnight change in pressures we've been managing with drops All of the sudden it went from the drops being a life changer to the glaucoma progressing in hyper speed overnight spiking pressure & causing pain The last post gives more details & like always I want to use our unfortunate incident to spread awareness about this nasty disease Please please please google glaucoma in cats-dogs & become familiar with the symptoms which are extremely subtle & hard to notice in early stages Often times by the time you notice something it's too late It's different from humans & the way we can manage it & keep it at bay for years I want to give a big thank you to Animal Emergency Center Rochester & staff for taking such good care of her again as an emergency when the eye specialist couldn't fit her in & also for being so patient & understanding taking extra time to explain everything It's over now & she can just put it behind her & recover Another big thank you to all of you for sending love positive vibes prayers & for sharing your own stories of this same scenario happening to you and how your blind dog is thriving We needed that encouragement because we feel so bad for her šŸ˜¢šŸ˜æ You guys are the best & made this a whole lot easier to deal with today with all the love šŸ˜˜šŸ˜½ We are prepared to give her the extra attention she'll need while adjusting to being blind & navigating around the house Again please familiarize yourself with glaucoma especially if you have a breed who is known for being genetically predisposed Shiba Inus aren't on those lists but just about everyone we've been to says they see it in Shibas all the time so even if your dog isn't on the list know the signs anyway Don't dismiss a watery eye for seasonal allergies It could be as simple as that or the start of glaucoma Better to check pressures and catch it early if it is the onset of glaucoma Thanks again everyone! XOXO šŸ˜˜šŸ˜½ shibainu Meme

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