4 thoughts on “Quality of Life Scale

    1. Talk to your veterinarian first. If there are any options that you can afford and there’s a high rate of success, do it. Otherwise, many dogs live very happy and productive lives being born blind. They adapt much easier than a dog who loses their sight any time after.
      Sometimes having another dog also helps. I’ve seen quite a few untrained “seeing-eye dogs” helping their fellow family member get around! Check out YouTube videos to find them.
      Good luck and God bless your new baby!

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