Blind dog who had eyes removed finds love in 'fur-ever' home - The Rugby Observer

Blind dog who had eyes removed finds love in 'fur-ever' home

Laura Kearns 12th Jul, 2017   0

A BLIND dog has found his ‘fur-ever’ home after his plight was highlighted in The Observer.

Lakeland Terrier cross Andy was taken into Rugby-based Pawprints Dog Rescue several months ago when he had already lost his sight, but due to being in a lot of pain he had to undergo surgery to remove both his eyes.

Now the five year-old dog has fully healed and found love in a Daventry home.

His new owner – who did not wish to be named – read about Andy in The Observer and contacted Pawprints Dog Rescue in Rugby to offer him a home.




Volunteers for the charity – which saves dogs from death row in council pounds – were delighted the sweet-natured pup had finally found a family.

Email [email protected] to find out more about the dogs up for adoption.


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