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The first three Rogues below were all mine and each one was an angel. Milo was the only one of the three to go blind, but although this site is for blind dogs, many of us will have other dogs that aren’t blind and I can’t see any reason to exclude them. 🙂
Milo was blind, diabetic and epileptic but he was the sweetest natured dog you could imagine. Sadly taken from us on 20 August 2015
Corby the princess Beautiful greyhound Bit of a couch-potato. Sadly taken from us on 13 December 2011
Heath the complete nutter. Sadly taken from to us on 26 March 2009
These two stunningly beautiful angels are known as "The Bergers": Ben is on the left and Leonie on the right. Since this photo was taken, Ben has gone blind. He's proving to be incredibly smart and his proud mum, Kathy says he's learned so many new commands. Kathy says the bond between them has strengthened since Ben lost his sight. Leonie is apparently the WORST seeing eye dog EVER. Kathy says she is always the bratty sister.... (she's obviously a bit of a princess - just like my Corby was)
Pepa is 95 % blind. Do you have eye goggles for dogs with cataracts? BLINDDOGMILO'S REPLY: Thank you for uploading the photo of Pepa. What a gorgeous little angel. Regarding your query, I'm afraid the photo upload form doesn't provide me with a way to respond to you directly. Could you please fill out the Contact Form (click the "Contact" link at the top of any page on this site). Alternatively please hover over the "Equipment" Menu at the top of any page and then click "Eye Protection". That will take you to a page which has details of various types and styles of eye protection, that are suitable for most dogs with limited or no sight.
Ella went blind at 9 months when we made the difficult decision to bring down her eye pressure with chemical ablation. Before that, she had surgery for subluxated lenses and another surgery to bring down her eye pressure. Although she is blind, she hikes every day 2 miles off leash. Today she passed her first test to becoming a certified therapy dog.
In June of this year Debo was brought to the FACE clinic, Indianapolis by a good Samaritan who found him stumbling around downtown Indy. They walked 2 miles to seek help and refuge at FACE. Debo had a severe case glaucoma and removing both eyes was necessary to relieve the pressure. Surgery was a success and he is healing quite well. It's clear that Debo has been blind for quite some time, but he hasn't yet learned how to adjust. He needs a calm environment with humans who can teach him to be confident without the use of his eyes. If you fall in love with Debo and would like to foster or adopt him, visit: http://facespayneuter.org/adoptions/