Regardless if you're an owner of a newly blinded dog, have adopted a blind/visually impaired dog (or puppy) or have been at this for awhile - the purpose we strive for on this web site, also on the Blind dog list and message board, is to provide you the support and information you need to help both you and your beloved dog. If you're new to this situation-rest assured it does get much better. Most dogs adjust well and lead happy near-normal lives. Before long you will be amazed at what a blind dog can do!!!!
You're not alone in your situation, although it may feel like you are right now. Finding this web site is the first step to helping both you and your beloved dog. If you are considering adopting a blind/visually impaired dog and not sure what to expect? Well for the most part a visually impaired dog is not that much different than a sighted one as you will see from the stories on our site. When a dog looses their sight (or was not born with sight) they come to rely on their other senses and often times these senses become even keener over time.
The Owners of Blind Dogs web site is the home site for both the Blind Dog email list and also the Blind Dog Message Board. Information on how to join the email list you will find on Blind Dog Connections page.
Please spend time on the site and read about some of the dogs that inspire us everyday.
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Blind Dogs Up for Adoption Listings
(updated Sunday February 13, 2011)
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I cannot see
you Mommy, when you cuddle me so near.
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In memory of Linda
Founder of Blinddogs
Last updated 02/13/2011
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