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First Time

Derpy Dog
Derpy Dog

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Question Marks
Question Marks

Question Marks

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squirrels
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Dogs, Food, and Halo: PUPPIA Halo update: This is a fbf pic from just a couple weeks ago before the left eye had to be removed. When her fur grows back from Tuesday's surgery I'll post a current pic of her. Right now it would just make everyone sad. I'm happy to report though that she's finally getting around and showing big improvement. The first couple days had me worried because she wasn't bouncing back like when the first eye was removed. I guess that's the difference between coming back with partial sight to coming back with none at all. We still have a long way to go with her understanding-trusting my verbal guidance but once she stopped resisting my light tugs on the leash (to take her out for a walk) we navigated down the porch steps together and down the walkway to the grass. It's still a challenge for her to figure out which way back home is (or she's just being stubborn and fighting me) but I'm giving her lots of time to just lead me around so she can sniff and feel her way. Inside she is navigating much better than I expected. Her biggest downer right now is the cone which I give her breaks from especially when I need her to get up and move (like going outside). I need to leave it on though so she doesn't paw at the surgical site. Once the cone is back on she acts like it immobilizes her which it doesn't. She's a Shiba and "drama" is their middle name. I have to pick her up to take her to her bed even though she can easily find her food-water on her own w-o it on 😂! She's a character! 🐕 When some of the neighbors came over when I had her out last night she was so happy with her tail curled back around and wagging. I know now that she will be just fine after as much time as she needs to adjust to the blind life. Thank you to everyone who shared your experiences and sent love and encouragement. 😘Reading stories of your blind dogs (esp those who weren't born blind and lost their vision) were very helpful in lifting my spirits and hope. 💞 Next week I'll start posting regularly again. It's just been a long couple weeks. Happy that the worst is behind and she's improving more daily. Thanks again for all your support! XOXO
Dogs, Food, and Halo: PUPPIA
Halo update: This is a fbf pic from just a couple weeks ago before the left eye had to be removed. When her fur grows back from Tuesday's surgery I'll post a current pic of her. Right now it would just make everyone sad. I'm happy to report though that she's finally getting around and showing big improvement. The first couple days had me worried because she wasn't bouncing back like when the first eye was removed. I guess that's the difference between coming back with partial sight to coming back with none at all. We still have a long way to go with her understanding-trusting my verbal guidance but once she stopped resisting my light tugs on the leash (to take her out for a walk) we navigated down the porch steps together and down the walkway to the grass. It's still a challenge for her to figure out which way back home is (or she's just being stubborn and fighting me) but I'm giving her lots of time to just lead me around so she can sniff and feel her way. Inside she is navigating much better than I expected. Her biggest downer right now is the cone which I give her breaks from especially when I need her to get up and move (like going outside). I need to leave it on though so she doesn't paw at the surgical site. Once the cone is back on she acts like it immobilizes her which it doesn't. She's a Shiba and "drama" is their middle name. I have to pick her up to take her to her bed even though she can easily find her food-water on her own w-o it on 😂! She's a character! 🐕 When some of the neighbors came over when I had her out last night she was so happy with her tail curled back around and wagging. I know now that she will be just fine after as much time as she needs to adjust to the blind life. Thank you to everyone who shared your experiences and sent love and encouragement. 😘Reading stories of your blind dogs (esp those who weren't born blind and lost their vision) were very helpful in lifting my spirits and hope. 💞 Next week I'll start posting regularly again. It's just been a long couple weeks. Happy that the worst is behind and she's improving more daily. Thanks again for all your support! XOXO

Halo update: This is a fbf pic from just a couple weeks ago before the left eye had to be removed. When her fur grows back from Tuesday's su...