Published 18:58 Monday 07 December 2015
A retired guide dog has had its sight restored by a north Down veterinary surgeon after cataracts threatened to blight its well-earned retirement.
Rory, a ten-year-old Labrador, had given ten years faithful service before succumbing to the debilitating condition.
His lady owner felt this was particularly tough and unfair prognosis and that Rory deserved much better in his old age.
Dr Isabel Buehler and her team at the Cedarmount Veterinary Clinic in Bangor came to the rescue with a complex, life-changing operation to remove a cataract from the much-loved dog’s left eye…. [Read the full article]