Pug love poster is available. How cute is this? DON’T BE BLIND TO PUG LOVE! Baby DORY is blind in her left eye and her right eye also has impaired vision from injuries suffered in China. But Dory runs and plays and loves just like every other pug. There are no limitations. There is no burden. Do not be afraid to adopt a sight impaired or a blind pug. Do not be afraid if your pug goes blind. Help them adapt, and trust me they will. Dory, George, Luna are sight impaired and perfect.
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Turning away from a sight impaired pugs would make us the blind ones .. blind to the love and joy they offer. Like this little one who makes me laugh, and chase her around the yard, every day. HAPPY MONDAY FROM DORY! Omg I have a blind pug due to diabetes and she not only gets around her regular house but she finds her way around just fine our upstate ny house and she comes to work with me and can navigate my entire office. She is just about completely blind in her right eye and completely blind in her left. They are so resilient and adapt to anything.
We adopted this beautiful blind boy Sherwood from an Arizona pug rescue and people didn’t realize he was blind until we told them. We lost him two years ago this month and still miss him dearly. He was so smart and brave, blindness never once stopped him from going for walks or jumping on and off the couch. My son adopted a blind and deaf pug from the same rescue and our grandpug Keaton is a clone of Sherwood. Both are amazing. We rescued a baby pug 14yrs ago. He ended up at a vet’s office and they were going to put him to sleep because his eyes were scratch while in transit to a pet shop. Best dog ever!!
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