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Blind Dog Rescue Alliance will transport within reasonable distance. This happy puppy is being fostered in Pennsylvania. Fred has full vision, but has some trouble seeing at night and small objects close to his face. He is being fostered with his sister but could be adopted separately.
Name of Foster DOG:
* Primary Breed
* Mixed Breed
Brown or Chocolate
* Size when grown:
Date of Birth
(if known or best guess):
* Level of blindness:
Fred's vision is good, but not perfect
Hi Everybody! I'm Fred, I am currently 3 months old. I live in my foster home with my sister, who is also up for adoption. Her name is Ginger. I came to BDRA because it was believed my sister was blind and they didn't want to leave me behind. They told BDRA I was "visual". My foster mommy thought she noticed I was having some problems as well with my vision so I saw an ophthalmologist. I have good vision, except it is not perfect. I cannot track a cotton ball, and when it is dark, I have trouble seeing. I don't let that bother me though. I will make a great companion to the lucky person who will adopt me.
I am outgoing. I love to play with my sister, and am starting to play with one of the dogs I live with. Because of my breed, I think I may grow up to be around 70 or so pounds. I love to cuddle in your lap and give great kisses too.
As a baby, I had the Strangles, but am fully recovered. I also am being treated for demodex mange (which can be very common in puppies), but really have made a big improvement. I am very active and would probably need a fenced in yard to play in. I'm a special little boy. Please consider adopting me and providing me with a fur-ever home. I would love to be adopted with my sister, but I could also be adopted separately. So if you are interested in me, please fill out that application and request me by name!!!
Blind Dog Rescue Alliance has voted against the use of electronic fencing, effective immediately.