Abigale’s Happy Tail: A Blind Dog’s Life-Changing Journey

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In a week’s time, Abigale’s life was changed forever. This one-year-old blind dog arrived at the Oregon Humane Society with 20 other dogs on an ASPCA flight from Texas. Her past was a mystery to our team, but her sweet, friendly personality shined through.

During her brief stay at OHS, Abigale received onsite medical care, including an eye examination from a local specialist, and lots of daily snuggles and treats from our staff. Abigale needed just the right adopter to help her feel safe and secure in a new home. She found exactly that in adopter Melissa.

On March 28, just 8 days after arriving at OHS, Abigale was adopted by Melissa.

“Abigale is a sweet, special girl,” says Melissa. “My mother-in-law, who has macular degeneration, met Abigale yesterday and said she was an inspiration, so brave and curious. She is already learning the layout of our home and yard.”

Thank you, Melissa, for giving Abigale a wonderful home!

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2 Responses to “Abigale’s Happy Tail: A Blind Dog’s Life-Changing Journey”

  1. Rob

    We also have a blind dog and treat/food dispensing balls and nose work/feeding mats are great options for blind dogs. If you have any other suggestions would like to hear about them.

  2. Vicki

    Thank you, Melissa, for giving your heart and love so selfishly. Abigale, you’re one lucky dog! Bless you both with a full, happy life ahead!

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